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Opening the House Indoor Baseball season in Briggs Cage yesterday, Eliot's defending champions edged Winthrop, 1-0, while Kirkland downed Dudley, 7-5.
Elephant pitcher Steve Madey proved too much for the Puritans, as he fanned 12 and gave up only three hits. He received good support from an infield composed of Art Wells at catcher, Ben Gill at first, Sheldon Peterfreund at second, Cleve Amory at third, and manager Leo Demeter at shortstop. Outfielder Pete Waring collected two of Eliot's four hits. Pierce Butler pitched for the losers and Charlie Baumgarten was behind the plate.
The Deacons came from behind in the sixth inning to overcome the Commuters. The Kirkland battery consisted of Bernie Marks at pitcher and Dick Mudge at catcher. Larry Alexander hurled for Dudley, with Bernie Fisher receiving.
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