Winthrop Rallies In Final Moments Edging Lowell 4-2
Eighteen House players showed how House baseball should be played yesterday afternoon when Winthrop downed Lowell in a tight one, 4 to 2. It was anybody's ball game to the seventh inning: Bellboy errors had contributed the run needed to tie up the contest.
But in the last inning Steve Davis clouted a mighty double to drive in two runners, final score, Winthrop 4, Lowell 2.
Hapless Dudley took another dive on the diamond, and Leverett was so much the gain for it. A pair of commuters was all Dudley could scrape up in the way of ballplayers, but they weren't enough to make the game interesting. Leverett won by forfeit.
A horde of Eliot House softball champs raced down to Soldiers Field in midget cars, took baffled Lowell by surprise and steamrollered out an 18 to 2 win. Balding Stu Bartle paced the team's hitting with four singles, three of them scratches.
In tennis Winthrop downed Eliot 4-1.