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House basketball teams clashed on four fronts and A and C squash leagues swung into action as the intramural program for winter sports opened yesterday.
In a gruelling game that ran into overtime periods, the Ramblers' quintet edged Dunster 16 to 15, Aaron M. Shapiro '38 sinking the winning foul shot. Another close battle saw Eliot take Leverett 12 to 10, as the Puritans downed Lowell 17 to 14. Defending champions of the House league, the Gold Coasters opened auspiciously with a 14 to 10 win over Kirkland.
Kirkland racquetmen nosed out Winthrop 3 to 2 while the Elephants were blanking Lowell 4 to 0 in league A matches. In the C league Eliot took Lowell 3 to 2, and Winthrop bowed to Leverett 4 to 1.
Indoor baseball continued, as the Bellboys pulled their game with Kirkland out of the fire with a last inning rally to win 4 to 3. The Pioneers knocked out a 6 to 2 victory over Eliot.
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