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Breaking through with four tallies in the fifth inning, Dunster outscored Adams 7 to 5 in the nightcap of yesterday's inter-House softball doubleheader. Earlier in the afternoon Kirkland swamped Eliot 15 to 5. Wes Truscott went all the way on the mound for the Funsters, while shortstop Bill Lucke led the hitters with three singles in four tries. Bernie McMahon pitched for the Gold Coasters, but third baseman Charlie Morin was their star of the day, adding a professional touch with his slides into the keystone sack.
Except for two innings, Eliot and Kirkland were even. But the Deacons piled up five runs in both the first and the fifth frames to win convincingly. Bert Lewkowitz and Chuck Griffith shared the hurling chores for the victors, while Dick Sisson came in to relieve Gordy Lyle on the hill for the Elephants after the first inning.
Pacing the Kirkland attack was Jack Dixon, shortstop, who hit every time he came to bat. Larry Munson and Harold Levitan, the left side of the Eliot infield, starred for Eliot.
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