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CAPE - Murray Srare ...... 10
CAPE L Murray Stare ...... 10
CAPE - Arkansas State .... 3
CAPE - Ca rhondale ........ 12
CAPE L Memphis ............ 2
CAPE - Paducah .............. 5
CAPE - Harris ........ ...... T
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SPRING SPORTS: I959
BASEBALL, I959: Baseball returns to Cape State
During the spring ot l959, Cape State tielded its tirst baseball team in many years. The Indians
were not able to play a complete schedule ot games in their initial season, Nevertheless, the show-
ing made by the newly-tormed team was a creditable one in view ot the long absence ot the sport
from the school's athletic program.
The coaching duties were handled by Coach Ed Williams with the assistance ot lack Pierce,
pitching coachg Frank Hartmann, intield coachg and Bob l-lantalq, who worked with the catchers
and Oullleldels' The new team was noted more tor
its work as a unit than tor any indivi-
dual performance. However, streaks
ot brilliance were seen, particularly in
the ottensive attack, Freshman catch-
er, Ken Plasmeyer, led the hitters with
a sensational batting average ot 490.
Bob Morrow posted the best pitching
record with three wins and two losses.
The only graduating seniors on
the roster were Bob Lohr, a clean-up
man and lett-tielderg joe lorgeson, the
regular right-tielderg and Bob Reid, a
stalwart ot the pitching crew, l959
marked a season ot valuable experi-
ence tor the Indians, and a large con-
tingent ot returning lettermen give the
Staters the tactors to produce a tirst-
rate ball club in the i960 season.
Nichols on deckg Vardell in the hole.
Morrow in the bullpen.
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TRACK, 1959: Thinclads run to second place in conference meets.
Front Row-Schmidt, Price, Meyer, Winters, Roseman, lones, Wicikman, Dudley, Back Row-Thrower, Massey, Neville, Rudloff, Reiche, Hoagland, Weakley K y
Hill, l.ewis, Knox.
After holding the conference championship for the past two years, the Indians were forced
into second place in both the indoor and outdoor events. The loss of most of the l958 team to
graduation forced Coach Knox to find recruits to fill many of the vacancies. Many of the older
and more conditioned runners found themselves switching to races other than the ones that
they had become accustomed to running. Most of them were able to make the transitions very
well and now with a year of experience in that position the Indians should have a good chance
to recapture their old crown.
A new MIAA indoor record in the 440 yard run was set by lim Schmidt. His time for the event
was 52.5. Smitty was also highpoint man for the season with a total of 60 points, l'le compiled
this total by participating in the dashes, the 440, and the mile relay, The mile relay team, a
championship unit in itself, was composed of Schmidt, Don Price, Neil Keeney and Charles
Lewis. This quartet set a record in the event at the Memphis relays.
It's Smitty by a length. Lorberg clears for a First.
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