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Lowell House defeated Yale's Davenport College 5-0 to capture the House-College squash championship at Hemenway last Saturday for the second time in three years.
Lowell completely blanked Davenport, winning each match by a score of 3-0. Number one man on Lowell's team was James Parkman. Charles Elliott, James Johns, Peter Stone, and Thomas Reckford, held the team's second, third, fourth, and fifth places, respectively.
In 65 matches Lowell was defeated only six times this year. Parkman, Elliott, Johns, and Stone were undefeated.
Wednesday, Laverett's championship basketball squad will meet Yale's Silliman College for the House-College basketball title. The game will be played at the I.A.B., where it was originally scheduled last Saturday.
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