DUDLEY AND KIRKLAND END IN 0-0 DEADLOCK
Dunster Trims Lowell 6 to 0 in Second Encounter of Day; Healy Sparks Commuter Defense
Stopping each other cold on the ground and in the air. Dudley and Kirkland battled to a standstill yesterday afternoon, neither team being able to score. Dunster outplayed Lowell to gain a 6 to 0 victory in the second game of the day.
Bill Healy of the Commuters was the sparkplug of their defense, while Roy Moore, Kirkland captain, was the outstanding Deacon star.
Neither team was able to get its offense going during the entire game, Although Chuck Griffith made fairly consistent yardage for Kirkland.
Ed. Wall and Mel Avergun at guard and end for the Commuters both did excellent jobs, especially at bottling up the Kirkland runners.
The results of the game leave Winthrop in undisputed possession of first place with five victories and no defeats trailed by Dudley with four victories and a tie.
Dunster replaced Lowell in fourth place by winning yesterday afternoon as George Varn crashed over for the only score of the day. Hugh Harwood, Chet McLaughlin, and Hal Smith starred for the Funsters.