Presbyterian College - Pac Sac Yearbook (Clinton, SC)

 - Class of 1940

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THE FROSH SEASON The season 1939 brousht to Ffosh Coach McMillian quality rathei than quantity. Among the 21 hopefuls who reported on the firs! day, not one lacked the ability to become a future varsity player. Aficr three weeks of practice. Ions and hard. Coach Lonnie Mac had a fairly powerful team rounded out. On Saturday, September 30, the Blue Anklets encountered the Carolina Biddies in Columbia. White they were turned back by two first quarter touchdowns and a last quarter safety, a total of 14 points, the Anklets threw quite a scare into the Biddies. Starring for the Anklets in this fray were Prcstwood, Culp, Mixon, Burns, ^X ' ilson and Gibson. Friday of the following week brought CIcmson ' s Baby Bengals to Johnson Field as the opponents of the Anklets. Outweighed by at least 20 pounds to the man, the Baby Hose battled spiritedly from start to finish. At the half the score stood 12 to b — Clemson. After the half the Cubs annexed three more touchdowns to win 32 to 6. The Anklets weren ' t outclassed until the continuous flow of Clemson reserves had worn them out. Nixon, McNiell, Dent and Prestwood were the Anklet sialwarts. The Slue Anklets won their first game of the season on October 20 when they downed a hard-fighting Wofford team at the Chester County fairgrounds 13 to 7. Scoring once each of the first two quarters, the Anklets were never in serious trouble in spite of the fact that the Terriers did score rn the second period. Outstanding for the Baby Sox were Whitcheart, Culp, Crabtrcc, McNeill, Heidt and Mixon. The Anklets cut loose with all the power, speed and deception at their command in the second half of their game with Erskine ' s Little Fleet, and defeated them 25 to 0. The first half was evenly played, but the last period saw Prestwood, Culp, Bryan, Crabtrec, Mixon, Dent, Gibson, Collier, Whitehcart, Bell, in fact the whole team play inspired football. Time after time Erskine ' s line was broken. The Papooses of Newberry handed the Anklets a 13 to 7 licking In the season ' s final fray. The Anklets failed to get going until late in the gan-e a-d scveial times when near the goal the.r offense bogged down. Best for the Baby Hose ' ^ere Culp, Heidt, Collier, Mixon and Crab^ree. COMPLETE FROSH RESULTS P. C Carolina P. C. . 6 Clemson P. C . 13 Wofford P. C, 25 Erskinc P. C. 7 Ncwbcf-. THE FRESHMAN SQUAD 14 32 7 13 Top row, left to right: Whitehcart, Crabtrec, Mixon, Wilson, Burns, Fowler, Culp. . . . Middle row: Coach McMillian, Summerford, Bryan, Foster, Pennel, Rivers, Heidt, Collier, Coach Galloway. . . . Bottom row: Manager Smith, Gibson, Prestwood, Query, Dent, Bell, McNeill.

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