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Limey Gibbings freshman squad came close to having a perfect season, winning fourteen and losing only two games. The peagreeners gave promise of good varsity material for the 1935-36 season.
During the season the frosh met, as their outstanding opponents, Tucson High School, whom they defeated in every game, Tempo Freshmen, Flagstaff Freshmen, and the Sunset Dairy team of Tucson to whom they lost by a single point margin and who later in the season won the Tucson city championship. The Frosh won three out of the four games against the Ternpc Bullpups, and defeated both Phoenix Junior College and the Flagstaff Frosh in all games played.
Jackson, Enty, and Johnson played excellent ball throughout the season and were ably assisted by the whole squad, all of whom proved themselves very capable players.
In the first seven games played the Frosh averaged 27.28 points a game to their opponents 22.07 points. However, the Frosh point average was increased as the season progressed.
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Coltrln, 1)1 and. Vickers, Taylor, Morris Thurston, Crosetta, Rauschcr, Cronin
Arizona’s McKale coached baseball team again took the spotlight in Southwest and Southern California baseball circles. The Wildcat nine, having an unusually strong pitching staff and batting array, completed the 1935 season undefeated in Collegiate competition.
In their first three-game scries with Tcmpc, the Wildcats won every game by a wide margin. It was in this scries that fans discovered that Arizona’s pitching staff of Morris, Taylor, Curlin and Rasmcsscn were practically unbeatable.
Following the Tcmpc games, Arizona met the strong Whittier Poets in a second three-game series. Those games also proved to be a walk-away for the McKale-men and ended with Arizona defeating Whittier by even larger scores that were totaled against Tempe. Occidental was Arizona’s third collegiate opponent and was considered one of the strongest nines in the Southern California conference. In the first game which turned out to be more of a track-meet than a baseball game,
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