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As House teams swing into the final round of intramural athletics today after a week's layoff for Divisionals, the Deacons seem to have things fairly well in hand, with the tennis championship cinched, the baseball crown practically so, and a 50-50 chance to cop the soft ball title. In golf Kirkland is in a triple tie for second.
Only three individual defeats in the whole season has sewed up matters for the Deacon racquetmen, with Lowell and Eliot trailing. A clean record in baseball, where Leverett and Eliot each have two losses, assures Kirkland of at least a tie for the circuit supremacy.
Elephants and Deacons clash today in the deciding soft ball contest; both are undefeated to date, and it remains to be seen if the Kirkland sluggers can cope with Elephant Steve Madey's twirling. Lowell, with only a tie to mar its record, is leading the golfers.
Standings to date:
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