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Dunster Crushes Adams by 32-6; Bunnies Romp, 21-6, Over Dudley


A powerful Dunster eleven crushed Adams 32 to 6, while Leverett romped to a 21 to 6 victory over Dudley in House football contests yesterday.

Dunster, displaying a strong ground attack, sewed the game up in the opening minutes of the contest. On the first play from scrimmage. Dunster halfback Mark Noble went 35 yards around right end for a score; two plays later, wingback Bob Smith again skirted end, this time for a 56-yard tally.

Smith scored three touchdowns for Dunster.

Wet Ball

Muddy grounds and a wet ball vitiated Adams' passing attack, and a big Dunster line repeatedly charged-quarterback Ted Cook. The only Gold Coast score capped un 50-yard march, with Cook hitting Leon Friedman for a 50-yard pass completion.

Leverett's Sandy Batch elder set up two scores and carried over a third with long runs. His sprints of 53 and 12 yards set the stage for two touchdown plunges by Sam Paschal, and his 38-yard off-tackle run accounted for the Bunnies' last score. Bucky O'Connor converted each time. Red Brennan scored for Dudley in the waning minutes on a pass play.

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