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Kirkland strengthened its lead in "A" League basketball last night by downing Dunster 42 to 24. Smooth teamwork and a tight zone defense put the Deacons out in front early in the first half. They were never threatened.
In League "B" basketball, Leverett swamped Dudley 43 to 13. Clark Mollenhoff and Brow Craig led the Bunnies in scoring with 14 and 12 baskets respectively. Leverett had too much height for the Commuters.
House and freshman boxing trials opened yesterday afternoon. Results were--135 pound class: J. Smith defeated A. Lichanco, and E. Furth defeated D. Smith; 155 pound class; W. Parks defeated J. Harlow, J. Manning defeated J. Cahonet, T. Butler defeated S. Skinner, S. Paschal defeated W. Hinman and T. Morrison defeated C. McKahn; 165 pound class: D. Hansen defeated P. de Dergie, A. Nilson defeated H. Hicks and H. Smith defeated J. Fraser.
Adams House virtually clinched the swimming championship by defeating Lowell last night 32 to 16. Other scores were: Adams 32, Dudley 5; Lowell 42, Dudley 5; Kirkland 29, Leverett 19; Kirkland 40, Eliot 3; Leverett 27, Eliot 21; and Dunster 28, Winthrop 20.
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