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A home run in the ninth inning by Frothingham gave the University a hard-earned victory over Williams yesterday afternoon. With the score tied in the second half of the final session and one down, Frothingham's low liner skimmed through a gap in left center field; before the ball could be recovered and relayed in, Frothingham had crossed the plate, ending the game with the score 6-5. Besides his homer Frothingham, with five chances at bat, was credited with a three-bagger, two-bagger and two singles.
Harrison pitched a steady game for the University until the first of the ninth when he began to weaken. After he had walked the first two men up Coach Slattery sent in Goode to fill the gap. Beside allowing only four hits and striking out seven men in the first eight sessions Harrison pulled his team out of two dangerous holes.
University's Big Innings First and Fifth
The University's two big innings were the first and fifth. In the first, Frothingham brought in Conlon and Lincoln, who had been walked, with a low liner over second. In the fifth frame Hallowell sent Lincoln home with another run when the right fielder slipped going after his hit. Then Frothingham again crashed through, this time with a three-bagger down the right foul line, which scored Hallowell with the fourth tally. A neat single by Conlon was responsible for the next score in the fifth frame.
In the fourth inning the Purple and Black batters staged their first comeback, a three-bagger by Nichols which Hallowell was not quite able to run down, scoring two runs. Then in the eighth they tied the score when another hit, this time a two-bagger by Finn also just out of Hallowell's reach, scored B. Boynton; Finn was in turn sent home on a single by Ward. The summary:
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