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THE 1941 OAK Reams won his first game by pitching a seven-hit contest against the Pitt Panthers, 7-6, while Mansfield battled the Indians for twelve innings before the game was called with the score deadlocked, 7-7. On a southern trip the Boytsmen were trimmed 14-4 at the hands of the West Liberty Teachers, Init they came back to take a double-header from the Fairmont Teachers, 9-4 and 14-4, with McFllhoes victorious in both melees. When Frostburg came to Indiana, the Boytsmen adminstered a stinging 9-1 defeat to them. Lock Haven dropped a close one to Indiana, 5-4, as the Red and Slaters mustered twelve hits. As hosts to West Liberty, Indiana hoped to revenge an earlier 14-4 defeat. The locals came through with the aid of Sariscak ' s brilliant mound work to upset the West Virginians, 8-7. Another revenge was realized when the Boytsmen beat Duquesne ' s nine, 12-9. In the final game, the Indians dropped a light-hitting contest to the Shippensburg Teachers, 13-7, as Mc- Elhoes experienced his first setback. SEASON RECORD Indiana.. 4 .St. ' incent . . . 12 Indiana.. Duquesne . . . . 3 Indiana. . 7 Pirt 6 Indiana.. 7 Mansfield.... 7 Indiana.. 4 West Liberty . 14 Indiana.. 9 Fairmont 4 Indiana.. 14 Fairmont 4 Indiana. . 9 FVostburg . ... 1 Indiana.. 5 Lock Haven . . 4 Indiana.. 8 West Liberty. 7 Indiana.. 12 Duquesne.... 9 Indiana.. 7 Shippensburg 1. First row: Nosal, Kier, Gn.igy, Sarisc.ik, Schwing, Sybinsky, B,ilionis Second row: McElhoes, Reams, Lingenf ' elter, Penn, Hrezo, Purdie, Fetterman Third row: Evanko, Carbaugh, File, Quinn, Balog, Gezick, Orlosky Fourth rmv: Branr, W:ilker, Xicknlof, Rufhkn V v- r s 197
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VARSITY SPORTS 7 e BASEBALL SEASON Cy Sybinsky watches intently as Assistant Coach Ki|ip demonstrates the art of bunting. The first day out and instructions trom Coach Boyts With veterans Balionis, Sariscak, Sybinsky, Schwing, and IMcElhoes back, Coach Paul H. Boyts found a baseball aggregation that scored a record of seven wins, four losses, and one tie. The 1940 season saw the Red and Slate par- ticipate in the new Tri-State League, made up of St. Mncent, Frostburg, Fairmont, and West Lil)erty. The season statistics showed three players ending with batting averages better than .300. Pitchers Reams and McElhoes had a .375 and .368 average, respectively, while First Base- man Ruthko ended with a .342 average. Mc- Elhoes and Reams garnered the pitching honors with three wins and one loss each. In the first game of the season the Indians were humbled by St. Vincent, 12-4. Sariscak followed with a three-hit masterpiece against Duquesne but Indiana lost, 3-0. 196
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UalAlu ' 1 »D1AAC - DIA ktU _ || Sealed: Telerico, Grandinett, Shuster Evanko Sta iding: Prugh, Ruthko, Husak Kish, Cochrane, Penn BOXING SEASON RECORD Indiana . -}- ' 2 Vestern Maryland. .5 Indiana . . . 4 Lock Haven 3} Indiana... 4 Lock Haven 4 Led b}- Captain Frankie Evanko and Freshman Nick Kish, the Indiana State Teachers College ' s second var- sity boxing team closed a successful three-contest card with one victory, one loss, and one tie. Franklin Penn, one of the outstanding amateur boxers in the Phila- delphia district, assisted Mr. Prugh in coaching duties. Three years ago boxing was inaugurated in the col- lege ' s intramural program; last " ear it was made a var- sity sport. This year the team met and lost to one of the top-ranking teams of the East, Western Maryland College, 5J to 2} 2. Two other matches both with Lock Haven gave Indiana a 43 to 3} victory and a 4 to 4 tie. Captain E anko boasts a season ' s record of one TKO and two decisions while Kish holds three decisions for undefeated seasons. Other members of the squad were Telerico, Shuster, Husak, Grandinett, Cochrane, Ruthko, and Marley. On March 27-29 Evanko and Chihon represented Indiana at the National Collegiate Athletic Association Boxing tournament at Penn State. 198 VARSITY SPORTS
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