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Indiana lost a tlirill-( icl c(.l barrlc to St. Vincent when rhc Red and Slate fell before the determined Saints, 37-33- Bobby Killen was tops with Larry Duffy also coming in for scoring honors. This game was sweet revenge to the boys of Sr. ' incent after their previous set-back bv Indiana. M. Cicero Hogg Under a heavy handicap Indians lost to Millersville, the Conference champions by a 45 to 39 score. Sam Costantino played his best game thus far for Indiana as he led the scoring with 15 points. The ever-steady DeMatt was the runner-up for honors as he ran up a total of 14 points. The last game of the season ended quite dis- astrously for Indiana when they took a lacing from the Bloomsburg cagers by a score of 71 to 34 for their worst beating of the year. The school is looking to a very successful season next year, and with DeMatt, Brant, Duffy, French, Hogg, Costantino, McNaughton, Cicero, and Schwing back under the able direction of Coach Timmons, this team will give its opponents several difficult evenings next year. French Costanrino Dufiv McNaughton Another basket we hope 135
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Killen Sariscak DcMatt Brant Walker On February 3, St. Francis a ain outclassed the Indians to become the only team to claim two victories over I.S.T.C. The boys received a real drubbing by the score of 41-28. When the Indians traveled to Slippery Rock, thev were unable to stop the Rockets de- spite their fine showing and lost a tough battle, 56 to 46. DeMatt with 14 points and Duffy with 12 points were the high men for Indiana. In a non-scheduled game, Indiana took the local Barclay Hardware team with ease as they ran up a 42 to 24 score. On February 20, Indiana won a very important game when they defeated Lock Haven to share, for the time being, the second place in the conference with Slippery Rock. DeMatt and Killen were high scorers of the contest, the Imal score being 42 to 28. The Indians lost a heart breaker to Edinboro when they were defeated 40 to 35- This was the second time in the season that Edinboro took an exciting game from the local tutors. Hogg was high man with 10 points. In an easy league melee Indiana upset the Clarion team on its own floor by the score of 50 to 39. Both freshman forwards, Duffv and Hogg, succeeded in gathering 17 and 11 points respectively. O.K.. Indians! Get going! 134
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First row: Rura, Groslclos, Harriet, Slitl;, Krausc Sicond row: Schviing, Sybinsky, Baiionis, Sutila, Sariscak Third row: Boyts, Boyd, McElhoes, Wisor, Gnagy, Paulisick The Indians ' Baseball Season A veteran Indiana nine ushered in the 1939 baseball season with such outstanding players from last year as Red McDowell, veteran catcher and one of Indiana ' s hardest hitters, Earl Hoenstine, leading pitcherand another heavy hitter, Frank Smardo, hard slugging first sacker, and big Ed Walls, leading freshman pitcher with four victories and one defeat, missing from the squad. Head Coach Paul H. Boyts announced a thirteen-game schedule. In the initial battle of the season the Indians defeated the Bloomsburg Teachers College nine to the tune of 4-1, a game featured by the heavy hitting of short-stop George Harrick. On April 28 the Indians again came back into the win column after suffer- ing defeat at the hands of the St. Vincent Bears, to trounce Duquesne University, 9-5- Joe Sariscak took all honors in this battle, smacking out two triples, one in the third and one in the seventh. Gus Rura pitched fine ball, accounting for ten strike-outs. In the May Dav celebration the Indians defeated Slippery Rock, 14-8, with Joe Sariscak ' s circuit clout in the second inning featuring the contest. The Red and Slate scored in every inn- ing but the sixth. On their eastern trip the Indians split games, trimming Mansfield, 6-5, and going down to defeat at Lock Haven, 10-6. In the Mansfield game Gus Rura chalked up his third straight win. In the year ' s walk-away game the Boytsmen defeated Frostburg State Teachers College, 12-0, triples by Su- tila and Wagner and a homer by Herb Gnagy being the stand-out blows. In the Shippensburg game Gus Rura added another win to make it four in a row, defeating the opponents, 14-8, whilejoe Sariscak again came through with a round-tripper. Winding up the season, the Indians dropped a close one to the University of Pittsburgh, 6-5, as Gus Rura lost his first game of the season. The Indians shared honors with Lock Haven and East Stroudsburg for the mythical State Teachers College baseball championship. 136
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