Volume IV, Number 5, October 6, 1937, Continued.
DIVIDE PAIR WITH REYNOLDS.Fridayproved to be an unlucky day for the Redbirds, as they lost a softball game to Reynolds by a one point margin. The game, although partly played in the rain, was very close and exciting.
At the end of the third inning Reynolds was ahead 13 to 1, and the Redbirds were in a tight spot. However, as the last half of the seventh inning started the score was 16 to 15, in favor of Endicott. With Reynolds at bat in the bottom of the seventh, Elgert reached first base and K. Schwisow hit a home run, winning the game for Reynolds 17 to 16.
On the Endicott team were Vaughn, Branson, DeBusk, D. Swartz, Bakewell, E. Swartz, Troxel, M. Swett, Fagenbush and Bennett.
The Endicott girls were more fortunate than the boys, winning from the Reynolds girls 13 to 11.