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„, the halt mil Red " R-ls, ■■.-°--; , SUU WeeV " P " " and t«°- " " ' ' " " ' ' " . B L U E HO As the PAC SAC goes to press, Presby- terian ' s trackmen, connposing a squad built around a few lettermen and strengthened by last year ' s freshmen, have started prac- tice for a schedule that will prove hard and strenuous. Beginning with a March 30th meet with the University of Georgia, Coach Lonnie McMillian ' s charges will meet suc- cessively Carolina, Newberry, Davidson and then will play host to the other state teams at the State Track Meet in early May. Chief trouble this season as always is finding men to take the places of the stars of last year ' s team who finished school. Gone are such winners as Jimmy Dennard, spark of the two-twenty and hundred-yard dashes: Bill McSween, unofficial breaker of the state pole vault record; Rabbit Mc- Laughlin, Dennard ' s fleet partner in the dashes, and Bo Jarrard, one of the best field men in the state last season. It would be risky to say just now how well their places will be filled by the new men seeking laurels on the track. The events that the Stockings will count on winning consistently will be the mile and half-mile runs. Captain Red Rawles will be running these distances for his last year and can be expected to do even better than he has done in the past. That statement really means a lot, for Red has been the sensation since the first time his flaming red hair was seen moving around the oval. He has always been up against the stiffest of competition, but he has always acquitted himself well. Now that he ' s a senior and captain he ' ll be out to prove that he ' s got the stuff of a champion in him. Blale tales the high hurdles in the Frosh Slate Meet, 1939.
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B A L L In state competition, the Hose broke even, winnin3 seven games and losing seven. They were never outclassed but lost several games by two or three points. The entire squad Is due much credit for the spirit displayed throughout the season. To name the stars of each game would perhaps be fairer, but the consistently good play of Meisky, Captain Coleman, Rey- nolds GfifTin, and Lloyd Evans must be men- tioned. These were capably backed by MacMil- lan, Paul, Moore and others of the squad. 1l freshmen FROSH RESULTS P.C. . January 15 . . 41— FURMAN . . . . 23 P.C. February 2 . . 26— NEWBERRy . . . 29 P.C. February 13 . 30— ERSKINE . . . . 21 p. c. . January 20 . . 29— ERSKINE . • . . 30 P.C. February 5 . . . 23— NEWBERRY • . . 17 P.C. February 15 . . 64— CARLISLE . . . . 39 P.C January 30 . . 39— WOFFORO . . • 31 P.C. February 6 . . .43— FURMAN . . . . 40 P.C • February 19 . . 24— WOFFORD . . . 44 FROSH SQUAD Left to right: Manager Church, Selfe, Befl, Mc- Noll, Collier, Rhodes, Wrison, Crabtree, Coach Galloway.
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:SE cV THE CINDER PATH ' " Zr — ' ' ' ' w . ' tt; iK I f? i ' i i «n ' ». ' • " f j ' 1 THE VARSITY SQUAD First row: Joe Milam, Jack Milam, Terrell, Kce, Jacobs, Hartsfield, Hayes, Jacobs. . . . Second row: Manaser C. Thompson, Biaire, Mitchell, Buchan, G. Thompson, King, Rawls, Anderson, Coach McMillian. . . , Third row: Hall, Croft, Broughton, Wise, Moye, Gosnel ' .. In the longest run of all, the two-mile jaunt, Ralph Buchan and Jannes Terrell, two more seniors, will represent the Blue Hose. Both of these men have been winners in the past and can be counted on to annex more victories this season. Getting back to the shorter distances, we have Paul Hartsfield, John Broughton, Walter Wise and Frank Hayes all candidates for the four-forty COACH L. S. McMILLIAN dash. Hartsfield seems to have the speed and stamina necessary to be a winner in this division, and the others will doubtless come through also. The one-hundred and two-twenty-yard dashes will be run by Heath Blake and Guyton Thompson, a couple of am- bitious sophomores who looked good last year as mem- bers of the Blue Anklet team. Whether they will be able to reach the marks of Dennard and McLaughlin remains to be seen. Sammy Anderson and Sam Gosnell will probably step it over the hurdles together with maybe Heath Blake also trying for points in that event. Sammy has been hurdling the bars for three years now
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