Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA)

 - Class of 1932

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WOLVERINE 19 3 2 Football Coach Denton’s 1931 football team may well go down in the school’s history as one of the scrappiest ever to represent our institution. Some evidence of this is given by the fact that in only two games of the season was it beaten by more than one touchdown. Although the team, as a whole, lacked weight and experience, it made a worthy name for itself in conference circles as a hard, clean-fighting team. One of the high lights of the entire season was the game with Maury High at Norfolk. While outweighed to a man, in some cases as -much as twenty pounds, the Salem team played great defensive ball and held Maury scoreless till the final minutes of the game. Against Jefferson the Salem team played in a fine game but were repulsed by the famous “ Jefferson Jinx,” this time in the form of Father Time. When only a few yards away from the tying score, the game ended. The most thrilling contest from the spectator’s point of view was the game with Danville. Trailing in the final minute, 6-0 the Wolverines scored, only to have the ball called back. Undaunted, Short, Salem quarter, tossed a pass to Woodson to tie the score just as the game ended. Prospects for the next year’s team seem particularly bright as there will be nearly all of the seconds and several of the first team back. Short, Freshman quarter back, looks good for coming seasons, and Saul and Eades should be ready by next season. In the line there will be Mowles, Philpott, Tyler and Brown from this year’s team and Slough, Via, Altizer and Stevenson ready to fill any vacancy. Burke, back from Greenbriar, may get the guard post left by the graduation of Fisher. Although not a successful team in regard to games won, Salem placed J. Cross¬ white on the All-State, at end while Brown, at guard, received honorable mention. First Team Crosswhite. Philpott... Fisher. Price. Brown. Tyler. Mowles. .. . Short. Woodson. . . Maury. PIoLLYFIELD. THE LINE-UP . end .. . tackle . . guard . . center . . guard . . tackle . . end . . quarter . . half . . half . . full . Second Team ...Barnett .Via .Stevenson . . . .Altizer .Slough . . .Garrett .Ferris .Saul ...Barnard .Cheek .Fades -C{ 65 V

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WOLVERINE • • 19 3 2 ► o o lo ► o o o o o o o o The above picture was taken from The Roanoke Times Football Squad Monogram Club



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WOLVERINE » 19 3 2 Basket Ball The 1932 basket ball season, although not what might be called a successful one, had sever al features and bright spots outstanding in the losses sustained by the team. Forced to depend upon the generosity of Roanoke College for a practice as well as a playing floor, lacking any real student support and play¬ ing away from home a large portion of the time, the team could hardly be expected to be a winning one. A high spot of the entire season was the Wolverine’s conquest of Jefferson High’s Magicians on their own court early in the season. That night the whole team played inspired ball, their best performance of the year, and seemingly smothered all attacks with ease. The final score was 22-12. This was the first time in several seasons that any Salem basket ball team had accomplished such a thing, either on their own or Jefferson’s court. During several other games the team showed flashes of splendid form but never again did their efforts reach such a peak. Crosswhite and Maury, along with some reserves will be lost by graduation but they will leave behind them Robertson, a first class center who may return, Martin, a center and forward and Brown, a very dependable guard. Barnett, Altizer and two or three others of this year’s reserves should be fine material for next year’s team. Our new playing floor should be complete in time for the 1933 basket ball season and it is hoped that with its advent some of the old “Hi School Spirit” and loyal student support will return. { G6 }

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