Fate marched on this weekend as the CRIMSON trounced both the Crimson Printers and Tocsin by identical scores of 23-2. Against the Printers on Saturday, the CRIMSON got off to a good start, hopping off to a quick 19 run lead in the first inning. The Printers came back strong in the top of the eighth with a two run burst, but the CRIMSON pushed across four more in the bottom half of the eighth to put the game on ice.
Tocsin proved a slightly harder nut to crack as the end of regulation time found the score knotted at two-all. The CRIMSON slapped the peace-loving Tocsin nine with a 21-run eleventh inning, and Tocsin turned the other cheek and also bowed to the inevitable.
[Ed. Note: The article on page four of today's paper is printed for its scientific value only. For years the Crimson Printing Company has allowed its pet monkey, Frank, to sit at the Linotype keyboard during lunch hour. This was the first readable type he has ever produced.]