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Scott--Everett Hoxie (Student--1936)

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1 Fifty-three receive awards for baseball, track competition
Alumnus 19:4, p.16
10/1/1935 Roster of letter winners.
2 Most valuable players named by Athletic Board
Alumnus 19:4, p.17
10/1/1935 Earle Meikle and Everett Scott honored; photo.
3 Everett Scott pitches no-hit contest at Ypsilanti; first hitless shutout since Whitford's perfect game in 1919
Alumnus 19:3, p.16
7/1/1935 1935 season wrap-up; photo.
4 Meikle, Scott most valuable; voted awards for work on track, baseball teams
College Eye 27:47, p.1
6/28/1935 Profiles of Earle Meikle and Everett Scott; photo.
5 Harry Krieg is leading hitter on Tutor team; veteran left-fielder also maintains perfect record afield
College Eye 27:46, p.4
6/21/1935 Panthers as a team hit .249 and fielded .849.
6 Earle Meikle and Everett Scott were voted to be the men of greatest value
Public Relations News Release 1934:1108, p.1
6/16/1935 Letters and numerals for tennis, track, and baseball were announced by S. A. Lynch.
7 Earle Meikle was named by the athletic board as the man of greatest value to the track team
Public Relations News Release 1934:1109, p.1
6/16/1935 Everett Scott received the same award for the baseball team.
8 Famous for his ball-playing, "Ev" Scott prefers Ping-Pong; Panther pitcher turns in no-hit, no-run game at Ypsilanti
College Eye 27:44, p.4
6/5/1935 Panthers won, 6-0; photo.
9 Harry Krieg led the Teachers College baseball team in fielding and hitting
Public Relations News Release 1934:1103, p.1
6/2/1935 Final averages.
10 Baseball
Old Gold 0:0, p.242
6/1/1935 1935 schedule and season highlights; photos.
11 College Eye
Old Gold 0:0, p.130
6/1/1935 Letter from the staff, officers, and staff members; photos.
12 Teachers College baseball teams will end the season tomorrow against Luther
Public Relations News Release 1934:1094, p.1
5/31/1935 Starting lineups.
13 Tutor ball club meets Michigan teachers today; play second of three game road trip at Ypsilanti
College Eye 26:44, p.136
5/24/1935 Teachers played the University of Toledo.
14 The Teachers College baseball team will meet Toledo
Public Relations News Release 1934:1077, p.1
5/23/1935 Starting lineup.
15 Made final home appearance yesterday
College Eye 26:43, p.4
5/17/1935 Summary of senior baseball players' careers; photo.
16 Everett Scott will make his final home appearance against the Luther baseball team
Public Relations News Release 1934:1069, p.1
5/16/1935 Scott ranks at the top of the pitching staff with teammate Dick Rollins.
17 These four Teachers College athletes will be after the Iowa conference relay record
Public Relations News Release 1934:1065, p.1
5/16/1935 Roland White will defend his previous pole vault title.
18 These Teachers College baseball players will oppose Normal at Ypsilanti
Public Relations News Release 1934:1063, p.1
5/16/1935 The games will take place on May 24 and 25.
19 These Teachers College baseball players will oppose Toledo
Public Relations News Release 1934:1064, p.1
5/16/1935 The game will take place on May 23.
20 Only four events are on the program for the Teachers College athletes this week
Public Relations News Release 1934:1056, p.1
5/12/1935 Thursday will be the final baseball game, and the track and tennis teams will compete for loop titles this weekend.
21 Macomb, Illinois nine to battle Panthers today; Rollins will pitch opener; Scott will hurl tomorrow
College Eye 26:42, p.4
22 Panthers split Cyclone series; drop first game, 6 to 3; win finale behind Scott, 4 to 3
College Eye 26:42, p.4
5/10/1935 Doubleheader leaves Panthers and Cyclones with one win each.
23 The Western Illinois Teachers will furnish the opposition for the Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1934:1057, p.1
5/10/1935 Starting lineup.
24 Seeking its third victory, the Teachers College baseball team will meet Western Illinois
Public Relations News Release 1934:1054, p.1
5/9/1935 Starting lineup.
25 Teachers College athletes face another heavy week of competition
Public Relations News Release 1934:1043, p.1
5/5/1935 Two baseball games, two tennis matches, and a varsity and freshman triangular meet give little time for rest.
26 The Teachers College baseball team will meet Iowa State College at Ames tomorrow
Public Relations News Release 1934:1045, p.1
5/4/1935 Coach Whitford is undecided on the lineup, but will bring a traveling squad of about sixteen men.
27 Baseball team plays Cyclones at Ames today; Scott to oppose Holmes in two-game series opener
College Eye 26:41, p.4
5/3/1935 Teachers College record is currently 1-3.
28 The Teachers College baseball and tennis teams will both be in action twice this week
Public Relations News Release 1934:1036, p.1
4/28/1935 The track team will be attending the Dakota relays.
29 Seeking its first win of the season, the Teachers College baseball team will meet the University of Nebraska
Public Relations News Release 1934:1022, p.1
4/19/1935 Probable batting order.
30 The Teachers College baseball team will seek its first victory here on Friday against Nebraska
Public Relations News Release 1934:1021, p.1
4/18/1935 Probable starting lineups.
31 The Teachers College baseball team will open the season this afternoon
Public Relations News Release 1934:1004, p.2
4/11/1935 Starting lineups.
32 The Teachers College baseball team will open the 1935 season tomorrow against Iowa State
Public Relations News Release 1934:1003, p.2
4/10/1935 Starting lineups.
33 The Teachers College baseball team will put the final touches on in preparation for the opening game
Public Relations News Release 1934:1001, p.1
4/8/1935 Possible lineups.
34 Hampered by snow and rain, the Teachers College baseball team has been slow rounding into shape
Public Relations News Release 1934:994, p.1
4/4/1935 Season outlook.
35 Baseball season opens April 11
Alumnus 19:2, p.18
4/1/1935 1935 season preview.
36 A body blow was dealt when Gordon Blanchard would not be available for this baseball season
Public Relations News Release 1934:963, p.1
3/14/1935 Roster of players and schedule of games.
37 Scott triumphs in YMCA ping pong tourney
College Eye 26:29, p.4
2/1/1935 Defending champion Everett Scott comes from behind to win the ping pong tournament.
38 Ping pong addicts at "Y" give all for sake of game
College Eye 26:23, p.1
12/3/1934 Many students enjoy the sport.
39 Athletic trophies presented at special assembly
Alumnus 18:3, p.24
7/1/1934 Letters, MVP awards, and other honors announced for 1933-1934 season; photo.
40 Clouters provide thrills in successful season
Alumnus 18:3, p.23
7/1/1934 1934 baseball season wrap-up; played on new baseball diamond.
41 Ping pongers win cows, a horse, etc.
College Eye 26:1, p.1
6/6/1934 Students have fun playing table tennis.
42 Twenty-three trackmen and fourteen baseball players win monogram sweaters
Public Relations News Release 1934:522, p.1
6/1/1934 L. L. Mendenhall announced the winners.
43 Varsity baseball squad
Old Gold 0:0, p.248
6/1/1934 1934 schedule, outstanding players, and team members; photos.
44 Panthers split even at Ames; lose first encounter 15-6, win second game 9-7; Scott pitches
College Eye 25:41, p.4
5/4/1934 Tutor pitchers no match for Ames hitters.
45 Basketball team two-game series with Iowa State
Public Relations News Release 1932:445, p.1
4/25/1934 Thursday afternoon the basketball team, undaunted by a defeat Monday, opened a two-game series with the Iowa State team.
46 Regular workouts have begun
Public Relations News Release 1932:394, p.1
3/1/1934 Coach Whitford has many candidates for positions on the 1934 baseball team; eleven games have already been booked for the season.
47 Home schedule starts Friday
Public Relations News Release 1932:307, p.1
5/10/1933 Baseball players first four games of the season was on foreign ground but Friday, May 12, they play at home against Upper Iowa.
48 Baseball players journey to Iowa City
Public Relations News Release 1932:295, p.1
5/1/1933 Coach Whitford announced that possibly fifteen men will go, but the starting lineup is not certain as of yet. The tennis team will make the trip as well to play against Iowa University.
49 Team roster has been cut
Public Relations News Release 1932:273, p.1
3/15/1933 The baseball team has been reduced to twenty-four men, and two more may be cut.
50 Attentions turns to spring sports
Public Relations News Release 1932:267, p.1
3/1/1933 Only one winter sports program remains on the schedule so, college athletes prepare for spring sports


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