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NINE ■V- One of " Chick ' s " ncver-to-bc-fof gotten pep talks. pitching prospects in the schools history when Lamar Castleberry, junior from South Georgia, failed to return to school. As a sophomore he was nothing short of sensational. Tough Em bier who had established himself at first base, and Phil Rogers, utility player, also failed to join the ranks in September and both will be missed. While it is true that such losses as these naturally cripple a team, it Is also true that the Blue Hose arc undaunted and are determined to make the 1940 season one of victories. Behind the plate will be June Moore, playing his third season at that post. June has been a steady player all around and has been an exceptionally heavy hitter. It is expected that he will play the best ball of his college career this spring. Verne Church, who comes up from last year ' s frosh team, will be on hand to take over whenever he ' s needed. Battling it out for a regular berth at COACH XHICK ' GALLOWAY ' (i iL- 1
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J- It e tj lac — t c c L I It if " Rich DuBose, Captain With warm weather bringing the urge for fly-chasing and base-stealing into the blood of " Chick " Galloway and his diamond hopefuls, as this section goes to press the Blue Hose nine is rapidly developing into a formidable aggregation. Just what the season will bring in the way of wins and losses remains to be seen, but the determination typical of Galloway- coached teams is certain to bring its thrills. With Blue Hose diamond teams having an even-stephen record in the percentage column since baseball was first introduced to Palmetto college circles by Coach Walter Johnson in 1916, the 1940 team will have to at least break even to maintain that rather enviable record. Since that time the Blue Stockings have won 158 of thei r 316 games. Graduation took heavy toll from the ranks when six men received their sheepskins last June. Lost by the diploma route were inficlders Home, Batchclor, and Reid. Outfielders Folley and Ritch, and pitchers Cox and Christian also graduated. In addition to these losses, the Blue Hose lost one of the brightest THE VARSITY SQUAD— First row, left to right: Bdt boys and st oogest supporters. . . . Second ow; McCormick, Gauldin, Bird, McSween, DuBosc, Shealy, Moore. . , . Thud row; McDuffic, Sutton, Tannery, Mabry, McGrcsor, The us. Coach " Chick " Galloway. . . . Fourth row; Assistant Manager Wilson, Arnold, Eaton, Johnson, Eiwm, Butler, Manager Gibson.
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The cdmera stops batting ptactice act:on. first base are two Florida boys, Joe Eaton and Lefty Gauldin. Eaton played that position for the frosh assregation of two years aso and Gauldin alternated as an outfielder and first baseman last season. Both of these men arc smooth fielders and it is utterly impossible to say just now which will be used in the starting line-up. For the past three years Shorty Home has held down the key- stone sack for Coach Galloway, and he made a record that his successor will find hard to equal. It looks now as though Harry McSwcen will get the call at this post although Jack Minott may be used some and Dan Bird, usually an outfielder, may be called m to play there. As stated before however, McSwcen seems to be in line for the job. At the shortstop position will be Fred Tannery, a junior, who is one of the smoothest fielders seen around here lately. He seems to have cinched his place. Third base will be adequately covered by Wilmot Shealy and he will have Lloyd Evans as an understudy. The outfield will be manned by experienced players. Available and likely to see regular duty are veterans from last year ' s team, Mabry, Erwin, Butler and Bird. It is certain that MANAGER GIBSON McDUFFIE TANNERY MOORE McSWEEN BIRO Mccormick
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