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Adams leads two leagues and Dunster and Lowell each lead one as inter-House squash closed its second week of competition Friday.
In League "A" Adams leads its nearest competitor, Eliot, by a wide margin with 18 wins and two losses as compared with the Elephants' 12 wins and three losses. Adams also leads League "D" with 16 wins and four defeats, while Leverett comes next with 10 and four.
Dunster is on top of League "B" with four wins and one loss, though Lowell leads in number of victories with 12 wins against five losses.
League "C" is paced by Lowell with a record of 15 victories and five defeats. Second comes Dunster with 12 and eight, and third Adams, Leverett, and Winthrop with 11 and nine.
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