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The varsity football team had six of its 28 members on the injured list today as a result of last Saturday's game with Princeton.
Of the five starters included on this list, the most seriously injured are the Crimson's two outstanding tackles, Bob Shaunessy and Pete Briggs. Both suffered sprained ankles and it is considered unlikely that either will be fully recovered for the Brown game.
Chet Boulris, who received a hip bruise, and fullback Sam Halaby, with a pulled chest muscle, did not operate at full speed today, but will probably be ready for Saturday's game. Bob Foster, the first-string center, also took a light workout, but is nursing a pulled muscle. Second-string fullback Chris Hauge has an ankle sprain that may sideline him for a week.
Lowell House ran off with the intramural cross country championships in yesterday's 1.9 mile race along the Charles.
The Bellboys' winning score was 33 points, to 75 for second-place Winthrop; Dunster took third, followed by Kirkland, Adams, Eliot, and Leverett. Dudley did not field a team.
Among the more successful of the 44 undergraduates who started the race were Gary Brooten of Winthrop, who came in first, Dane Oliver of Lowell, who took second, and Art Cahn of Winthrop, the third finisher.
Lee Barnes of Lowell was fourth, Howie Katz of Kirkland fifth, Dave Call of Adams sixth, and Pat Liles of Dunster seventh. Three more Lowell stalwarts, Herb Parsons, Georges Peter, and George Krumbhaar rounded out the first ten.
Action in the House football league today will pit an undefeated Dunster House football team against an underdog Lowell House squad. In the afternoon's other scheduled football contest the lately impressive Eliot Elephants will meet the Winthrop Puritans.
In House soccer, league-leader Eliot will play Leverett, while Dudley faces Adams in the second game of the day.
Colman Tiger Coach
Dick Colman, Jr. yesterday was named head football coach at Princeton University. He had been acting head coach since the late Charlie Caldwell was given a leave of absence early in September. The first announcement of Colman's appointment was made by the captain of the football team, John Sapoch.
An undefeated Divinity School touch football squad will meet an unbeaten Yale Divinity School team this Friday afternoon at 1:30 on the House athletic field.
The Divinity team, led by the passing of Eric Swanfelt '55, has previously defeated the Episcopal Theological School of Cambridge, 2 to 0, on a safety. The squad has been practicing regularly for the coming contest.
Divinity manager Peers Brewer claimed that the Elis will give the squad stiff competition. "I think it can be safely said that Yale is using ancient Greek mystery rites to win the favor of the gods, whereas we tend to stick to a more stable formula," he said.
The freshman intramural football playoff game will be replayed, Adolph W. Samborski, Director of Intramural Athletics, announced yesterday. In making his decision, Samborski upheld Hurlbut's claim that the safety which gave Grays an 8 to 6 victory last Thursday should be nullified.
The game will be replayed on Thursday, Nov. 14, at 2:45. Randall W. Taylor, Athletic Secretary for Freshmen, is meeting with the two managers to decide whether the entire game or just the second half will be played again. In either case, the teams will start even, for they were tied at 6 to 6 after one half of play.
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