WINTHROP WINS HOUSE FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT
BELLBOY TITLE HOPES WRECKED BY DUNSTER TIE
The Winthrop House gridmen yesterday won the house football title by sinking the Leverett eleven 18-0 while Dunster was holding Lowell to a scoreless tie. Joo Hindlo, who scored all three touchdowns, was the main spark of the Puritan offense. Kelly, a substitute fullback, also distinguished himself by his ability to gain ground.
The first tally came in the opening period on a plunge through the line. Leverett then tightened up until the last period, when the Puritan blocking began to click, paving the way for Hindle to score again twice, once on an eight yard run off tackle and once on a thirty-five yard cutback.
The title brings with it the right to play the champions of the Yale College League, in a game to be held next Friday at Soldiers Field.
Inspired by the symphonic orchestration of some rare specimens of the Dunster-bird which appeared at the game attired in Curley-for-Governor banners, baby bonnets and false whiskers, the Dunster House football team rose up to halt the Lowell-men on their title march by tying them 0-0. The game was characterized by long gains on both sides, but both teams lacked a scoring punch.
Score--Winthrop 18, Leverett 0. Touchdowns--Hindle, 3. Referee, Wilson, Linesman, MacDonald. Time--four 10-minute periods.
Score, Lowell 0, Dunster 0. Referee, Lockwood. Umpire, Madden. Linesman, Shrigley. Time, four 10-minute periods.