New Hampshire's Jayvee baseball team didn't even come close to snapping the Crimson's seven-game streak yesterday on Soldiers Field. Indeed, like a perfect visitor, it bowed politely before the four-hit pitching of Langdon Clay and became a 10 to 2 victim.
Clay was in command from the start, holding the losers to single runs in the sixth and seventh innings while the home team struck for two in the first, five in the fourth, and three more for good measure in the eighth.
Five Wildcat errors plus the fact that two pitchers gave up seven timely walks between them set up six Crimson tallies. Clay whiffed ten and didn't walk a man.
Moe Berg's luckless Freshman aggregation tries once more for its second win of the season this afternoon in Cambridge when a not-too-potent nine from Wentworth Institute comes to town. Roy Mcears will probably go for the Yardlings, although Berg may surprise everybody and try Jim Gabler.