Dunster Boxers Top Bunnies, 16-13 To Win Inter-House Tourney Title

Dunster House won the inter-House boxing tournament last night in the I.A.B. as its four finalists took off two firsts and two seconds to score 16 points. Leverett came in a close second with 13 points, and Winthrop tied Adams for third place. Dudley, Eliot, and Lowell ended up in a three-way tie for fourth place honors.

In the 175-lb. match, Leverett's pile-driving Jack Canning won the quickest bout of the night as he KO'd Dave Hoffman of Lowell in the first 40 seconds of round one.

Last year's champion in the 125-lb, class, Jim Bresnahan of Dudley lost to Bob Weiler as the Dunster boxer won on a referee's decision. Norm Wyner of Winthrop House, last year's winner in the 145-lb. division, defeated fast-starting Stacy Holmes of the Funsters by a TKO in the third round.

In the 135-lb. class, Peter Coker of Adams KO'd Eliot's Jim Smith in the second, after sending him to the canvas four times. Warren Bradbury of Leverett took a decision over Tom Howes of Dunster House in the 155-lb. class. Lindsay Fischer of the Bunnies lost on a decision to Dunster's Otis Dewan.

In the freshman tourney, Thayer North took first with 44 points. Holworthy won second place honors and Grays finished third.