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FRESHMEN BREAK TEN FRAME DEADLOCK; WIN GAME 1-0

Clark Scores Winning Tally on Fluke; Coach Young Pits Three Moudsmen Against Huntington.

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C. C. Buell '23 was the star of the first overtime contest of the Freshman baseball season which resulted in 1-0 victory in 10 innings over the Huntington School of Boston at Soldiers Field yesterday. With two out in this stanza, J. S. Clark was given a life when his pop to short field was dropped by Parker and reached second when the ball rolled toward the foul line. He went to third on a short passed ball. Buell took the count three and two and then hit an easy bounder towards the second baseman, who fumbled it for a minute and then threw just wide enough to pull Derfeit off first base. Clark had crossed the plate with the lone run and the game was won.

Coach Young used three pitchers against Huntington, all of whom were effective and steady. In hte ninth and tenth, with J. C. Wason pitching, Huntington managed to advance to third on a triple and a double and a steal respectively, but each time Wason tightened up, and aided by good support managed to retire the side.

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