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LLAa.N LWfi KAlL - M AKIN I seau smgltd past third. Watkins
bunted but third andhort pulled
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rresimsii Have tim leanshbehitwentfortwobases. Lewis
scored and Rousseau took third.
The first call for class baseball
candidates was issued Monday.
That same afternoon seventy two
hopeful freshmen swarmed on the
class field and began to buzz.
The first year meu are: surely
loyal to the call and in their
number will be found much good
material. Just think of eight
whole teams to pick from. There error
is a lot nf form shown in thes passed
men and the other classes will
have to put on extra steam to
catch up with the freshmen in
tne pace which they are. sure to Hardison. .Brittain fanned
set in the contest for class honors. Ilooks doubled to "right center.
Besides inler-class games there May grounded out second to first
are to be some games played , Bailey fanned. . Lewis ground-
with various high schools, of the ed;out second to first. Rousseau
There were six Juniors 'out for
practice. They still have some
excellent material despite the
.i , . on a wild pitch,
; have a fine pitcher
Litchfield singled and Rousseau
tallied, Watkins taking third.
Litchfield stole second. Bailey
fanned. Hardison singled to
center and Watkins ami Litch-
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ucm , ; scoreu. naraison , stoie
second, and look third on a wild
throw. Woodall walked ; and
stole second. Hardison scored
and Woodall took third on first's
Woodall came home on a
ball. Johnson skies to
right. Six runs.
) : , 'SEVENTH INNING. '
Moore out ' on a
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Continued from first page.
Mackie sacrificed. Hooks flew
out to left, and Hasty fanned.
Lewis popped up to short.
Rousseau out pitcher to first.
Coble safe on Rousseau's error.
Moore bunted and was safe on a
fielders choice. Brittain fanned.
Hooks was safe on second's error,
choking- the sacks. May fanned
and when Upchurch sent a weak
ly one to Watkins, ; Coble was
forced at home. " f ? l
Litchfield sing-led to center and
stole second. Bailey in an at
Stuli ii Itast'S Litchfield 2, Hardison,
Woodall, hiokie 2. Sacrifice hits Hard
ison, W'.lall2, Mackie 1. Two base
bits Watkins, Hooks, L. D., Struck out
by Watkins 16, by May 3, by Bland 4.
Hits off Watkinn 5, off May 8 in 6 inn
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on balls by atkms 1, by May 4. Left
on bases Carolina 5, Oak Ridge 8. Wild
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Hooks fanned. Hasty fanned.
Coble grounded, out. oitchet to
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