Dunster rang up the highest softball score of the intramural campaign by trouncing Lowell 20 to 8 yesterday, in a free-swinging contest which found fielding and pitching at a low ebb. Dick Steuer twirled for the Funsters and did not fare too badly on the earned-run count. Several Dunster four-baggers were tainted with errors afield, while Bob Morgan poled out a prodigious homer for the losers with one mate aboard.
Winthrop defeated Adams 6 to 4 in a well-played softball game Wednesday. Both teams starred in the field, as the Gold Coasters completed one of the rare double plays of the season.
Only one game was completed in the baseball circuit, as Leverett nosed, out Dunster 4 to 3. Johnson, who has displayed a marked improvement in his pitching technique with each successive start, went the distance on the mound for the winners.
Yesterday. Dudley and Adams postponed their game for lack of participants. All contests were rained out Tuesday as a heavy downpour halted the Dudley-Lowell baseball game at the end of the third inning, and stopped a softball contest between Leverett and Kirkland.
Monday, the league-leading Bunnies play the second-place Dudley Commuters on the softball diamond, while the same two Houses meeet on the baseball field.