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shifts the team played the whole season as they started. The bat of our captain, Leland Walker, was the most consistent. Taylor, Luter, Clay- borne, and Sheppard were consistent hitters, with much help coming from Miller and Harlan at times when hits were most needed. The team was above the average as a fielding team, making very few errors during the entire season. The pitching laurels go to Hahn and Gill. They finished the season well up in the list of pitchers. McCrorey, although not showing the form that was expected of him turned in some neat performances. The Choctaws lose through graduation Walker, Herrman, Mc- Crorey, and Farrell. These places are expected to be filled by some very promising material which is coming up from the Freshman Class. With the new material the Choctaws are looking forward to a very successful season in 1931. The season’s results are as follows: S. T. C . . . 6-6-03 ; Choctaws . . . L. P. I 2-9-4 Centenary . . . 5-2 A. M . . . 2-2-4S ; Choctaws . . . Spring Hill . Millsaps .... .... 10-9-9-9 92
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fy ? e3 Puc t££ DASHES Resume of the Season The 1930 Choctaw cindermen had a wonderful track season, meeting some of the strongest competition in the South during the season. A total of four good meets com- pleted the 1930 schedule, which included meets with L. S. U., Baton Rouge, triangle meet at Jackson, Tennessee, be- tween Union University, Southwestern of Memphis, and M. C., Louisiana College at Alexandria, and third dis- trict meet also at Alexandria. The first meet of the season was with the strong Louisiana State University Tigers, S. I. C. track and field champs. This meet was rather one sided, L. S. U. taking the big end at the meet. Jones and White were oustand- ing in this meet. Jones in high jump, and White in two miles. The other members of the team showed some good stuff for such an early season meet. On April 12, at Jackson, Tenn., the Choctaws cam? back with a strong determination to win this meet. They walked off with 6o points in this triangle meet, Union taking 32 2 3 points, and Southwestern, of Memphis, 32 1 3. The Choctaws took eight first places out of a possible fourteen. Holmes was high scorer in this meet with two first places and relay, followed closely by Aber- nathy who took two first places. R. Jones, Thomas, John- 94
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