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FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SQUAD Freshman Basketball The Papooses have finished one of the most successful seasons ever had by a Papoose basketball team. They won ten out of eleven games played this season. The only team that beat them was the strong Co-Lin Junior College quintet. A wealth of material will go up from this Freshman team. Those who made numerals are: Cross, Simpson, Haley, E. Myers, Jackson, Landrum, Walker, D. Myers, and Lyle, manager. The Season ' : Jackson “Y” 23 Leake Junior College 28 Leake Junior College 33 Jackson “Y” 19 Millsaps Freshmen 26 Millsaps Freshmen 3° Millsaps Freshmen 14 Millsaps Freshmen 21 Co-Lin 3° Pike Junior College 18 Pike Junior College 13 Results Freshmen 33 Freshmen 29 Freshmen 35 Freshmen 28 Freshmen 43 Freshmen 44 Freshmen 35 Freshmen 45 Freshmen 26 Freshmen 29 Freshmen 46 103
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FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SQUAD Freshman Football The Freshman squad, although not as large as some of the ones we have had before, had a very successful season, winning three out of five games. The first game with Pike Junior College proved to be too hard for the baby Chocs. They dropped this game by the score of seven to nothing. The next game the Papooses made their first trip out of the state, playing the first year men of Louisiana Tech, which they won, nineteen to nothing. The next game was a very easy one for the ’Pooses. They beat the Clarke eleven, forty-two to seven. The next game was the closest of the Papoose season, in which the Raymond Junior College won by two points. 1 his was by far the best game of the season. This year the Papooses succeeded in doing what the Fresh- man teams from Mississippi College have been trying to do for the last three years: beat the Minors. The Papoose machine worked better in this game than it did in any other game of the season. They beat the Minors, twenty to nothing. The Freshmen who made numerals are: Bruce Hitt, Otho Cross, Henry Walker, Fuller, Robert Johnson, R. W. Smith, Robert Davis, Tom Stewart, Robert Jackson, Bree Johnson, Lawrence Lovell, H. L. Goolsby, Dewey Myers, “Treetop” Murphree, and Manager Reynolds. 102
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( Freshman Baseball The Freshmen did not have such a nice looking bunch of material out for baseball this season. This bunch proved that looks are not all that counts toward making a ball team. Though they were pretty ragged during their first games, they developed into a fast-fielding, hard-hitting team. The majority of the men were small, but they could cover the ground and hit, too. The Papooses won five out of nine games, defeat- ing Raymond once and Millsaps four times. They lost to Raymond and Wesson one game each, and to Pike County twice. Much good material should go up to the varsity, including Dennis, Correro, Jor- dan, Lane, Stowers, Jones, Wilkins, Cockerham, and others. M. C. Freshmen M. C. Freshmen M. C. Freshmen M. C. Freshmen M. C. Freshmen M. C. Freshmen M. C. Freshmen M. C. Freshmen M. C. Freshmen The Season ' s Results . . . . 9; Raymond . . . . 1 6 ; Raymond . . . . 5; Pike Junior College . . . . 5; Pike Junior College . . . .12; Wesson . ... g; Millsaps Freshmen . . . . 8; Millsaps Freshmen . . . . 1 3; Millsaps Freshmen . . . .2 3; Millsaps Freshmen 16 9 n 7 13 7 2 9 3 « io+
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