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Stoughton won the American League championship and Massachusetts won the National League championship in freshman intramural touch football yesterday afternoon. The Yard champion will be determined in a playoff Monday afternoon.

Lionel defeated Wigglesworth East, 19 to 6, and Thayer South, 15 to 12, to place second in the American League, while Holworthy placed third as a result of its loss to Stoughton.

Massachusetts, undefeated this season, took the National League flag by crushing Hollis, 19 to 0. Straus suffered a double loss, to Matthews South, 21 to 0, and to Hollis by Forfeit, 1 to 0, when Straus lost a player after its first game with Matthews.

The cross country running event, worth 50 points toward the Straus Trophy for the winning dormitory, will be held at 3:15 p.m. tomorrow afternoon at Soldiers Field.

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