Good triumphed over the darkest forces of evil Saturday afternoon, as the Crimson shelacked the Lampoon, 23-2, in softball action at Soldiers' Field. the big, brawny 'Poonics swatted only air as they chased after Crimed hurler Mark Doctoroff's choice selection of pitches.
The Lampoon nine's cackles of glee quickly gave way to a dull gloom as a long string of goose eggs went up on the big scoreboard. The heroic Crimeds chortled as the game turned into a joke, far better than any that have appeared in the Lampoon in recent memory.
Nearly two dozen Crimson stalwarts crossed the plate while the "Phomies could only look on grnning vapidly at there owit ineffective stabs at humer. The Crimson, meanwhile, made like the batth ships that CWW '38 would like to refurbish, pounding the Lampoon pitching for over six dozen hits.
The only rejoinder which the over-rated and over-paid (1)wits could think of was to renege on the pregame agreement to pay for lunch. A pregame Lampoon plot to kidnap Crimson president paul M. Barrett failed miserably when Barrett left three dozen 300 th attackers in a lifeless heap. Lampoon president Lisa Hemson refused to comment on it situation, managing only a weak. "If we can't win, we'll just take our flag and go home."