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SECONDS COME FROM REAR TO BEAT HUNTINGTON IN TWELFTH

Duchin's Double With the Bases Full Breaks Up Game

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In a slow game which stretched out into 12 innings, and whose only exciting period was the last, the second University baseball team beat Huntington School by 4 to 3 on Soldiers Field yesterday afternoon. The home team took the lead in the third inning with a single run, while in the fifth the Huntington players pushed over two markers, which they followed by another in the seventh.

In the ninth period, the second University tied the score.

The big inning of the game was the last when with the bases full, Duchin, second team captain, hit a double into left field.

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