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Winthrop's aggressive football team, looking like the class of this year's House league, tipped the freshman "B" squad, 18-7, yesterday on the House fields. The Puritans scored three times in the first half, once on a two yard quarterback sneak by Walt Greeley, and twice on long passes from Greeley to halfback Bill Hickey.
In the second half, Winthrop coach Dwight Hyde rested his men for Thursday's Puritan-Dunster battle. Yardling wingback John Bagdasian scored on a 30-yard end run, but a goal-line pass interception in the fourth period stifled the only other freshman threat.
The "B" team is scheduled to meet all other Houses later in the fall, but will not actually be a member of the House football league.
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