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The touch football leagues of the House athletic program got under way Monday with a game between Leverett and Eliot which Leverett won 42 to 12. Yesterday Leverett continued its winning ways with a 24 to 8 victory over Lowell by the upperclassmen as the Leverett Freshmen tied the Lowell Freshmen 18 to 18.
On Monday the Lowell baseball team played off its 8 to 8 tie game of last Thursday with Adams and broke the deadlock for third place between them. Lowell was the decisive winner, 13 to 3, in an error-filled game. By winning, the Bellboys went into a three-way tie for second place with Kirkland and Winthrop, and Adams kept in third place, tied with Dudley.
In two softball games yesterday, Kirkland defeated Winthrop 8 to 3 and Dunster beat Dudley 13 to 12.
Tomorrow inter-House tennis begins a schedule which will last for the rest of the summer. Teams will consist of seven singles players and two doubles teams. Matches will be played at the Jarvis courts.
Inter-House Tennis Begins
The schedule for today and tomorrow is as follows: today, Eliot versus Winthrop and Adams versus Leverett in baseball; Dudley versus Lowell and Dunster versus Kirkland in softball. Tomorrow, Dunster versus Kirkland and Eliot versus Lowell in baseball; Adams versus Leverett and Dudley versus Winthrop in softball; and Adams versus Dudley at 3 o'clock and Leverett versus Winthrop at 4:30 o'clock in tennis.
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