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Kirkland and Dudley Share Second Place


Emerging from a huddle with Director of Intramural Athletics Adolph W. Samborski, 23, House coaches, and game officials, the CRIMSON herewith announces its all-House football team for the fourth straight year.

The championship Adams House eleven managed to put three men on the teams and one alternate, while Kirkland and Dudley earned to apiece and Lowell, Winthrop, Dunster, and Eliot one each.

The team and alternates is as follows:

le Leonard Cummings, Dudley

lt Stanley H. Durwood, Winthrop

lg Samuel C. May, Adams

c Lewis W. Sandler, Kirkland

rg Thomas F. Garvey, Kirkland

rt Charles Hl Tobias, Jr., Adams

re Elmer E. Taylor, Lowell

qb Donald B. Cole, Dunster

lhb George F. Waters, Eliot

rhb Eugene T. Reilly, Dudley

fb Robert T. Hurley, Adams


Center: Richard Loomis, Dudley

Guard: Eliot C. Lasser, Kirkland

Backs: John L. Felmeth, Lowell

William C. Murphy, Lowell

Kieren P. Culliton, Adams

Only man on both last year's and this year's team is Sam May, "Rock of Gibralter" guard from the Gold Coast. Dick Loomis, who was an all-House center on the Winthrop team last year, was barely nosed out for the first choice by Lew Sandler of Kirkland. It was pretty much of a toss-up between the two players. Another position decided after much debate was the right guard slot, where "Buck" Lasser, Deacon Sophomore, was edged by his team-mate, Tom Garvey, who is a Senior.

The ends, Cummings and Taylor, were standouts all year, and there was little doubt of their choice. Len Cummings, who excells as a pass receiver and is a powerful defense player as well, is a Amberica, led by John L. Lewis, former president of the CIO

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