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Eddie Snow, Dudley's stocky lefthander, tossed a three-hit shutout at the Dunster nine yesterday, winning, 9 to 0. Snow showed almost perfect control, walking only one Funster in the game which was cut to six innings because of the time limit.
Snow fanned three, and didn't allow a ball to be hit to the outfield. The Commuters played tight, errorless hall in his support.
In the only other inter-House baseball game played yesterday, bespectacled Jim Gabler of Kirkland set down Leverett with two doubles, 8 to 2. Gabler pitched only five innings, striking out five. Bob Harper finished the game as the Deacons rested their ace for tomorrow's big game with Lowell.
Kirkland took an early lead, scoring three runs in the first inning. They scored three more in the second and added single tallies in the third and sixth. Again, because of the time limit, the game could go only six innings.
Curveballing John Rockwell, Lowell's best softball pitcher, recovered from a rough start and went on to lead the Bellboys to a 17 to 9 win over Adams.
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