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Page 57 text:
Sports, in their true sense, were few; but in sum¬ mer THE GOOD STUDENTS WERE TAKEN SWIMMING. SOME PLAYED WITH BALL AND BAT, REMOTE RUNNERS OF BASE¬ BALL. SKATING AND COASTING WERE ENJOYED IN THE FEW HOURS GIVEN TO OUTDOOR SPORTS IN WINTER. GREAT ATTENTION WAS PUT ON PHYSICAL EXERCISE; SUCH AS, WRESTLING, RUNNING, AND LEAPING. TWELVE PLAY DAYS ONLY WERE ALLOWED EACH YEAR TO EVERY PUPIL.
Page 56 text:
Bo Shortt. Frances Cheek. Ammon Sears. D. E. Denton. ... Mrs. Frank Vest Monogram Club 4 ' s’ Ju-o. N OFFICERS . T. . . President . Vice President . Secretary and Treasurer . Faculty Advisor . Faculty Advisor Alex Apostolou Bob Barnett Frances Cheek Norman Cormell Richard Cormell Bob Dooley Frank Gallion Shirley Graham Lewis Hash Myrtle Hash Dick Hitt MEMBERS Brownie Hubble Harold Huffman Buddy Johnson Claude Johnson Thomas Morris Morris Murphy Herman Naff Verta Nash Clay Nininger J. C. Penn Sybil Perdue Hobart Pierpont Luke Pillis Agnes Sale Colleen Sanford Ammon Sears B o Shortt Jerry Sink Bernard Snyder Jack Stone John Thornton Anne Taylor Wiley Page Fifty-Two HONORARY MEMBER Robert E. L. Chapman
Page 58 text:
The Pioneer of 1935 Sports Review FOOTBALL T AKING into consideration the fact that Captain Bob Barnett and “Bo” Shortt were unable to play in the majority of our games because of injuries, and that our entire schedule consisted of the best high school teams in the State, we consider our season a successful one. We tied the team that won the state champion¬ ship when a score in our favor would have changed the entire standing of the state. Our prospects for next year are bright. Many of this year ' s letter men and many promising candidates who received their experience this year are returning. 1934 FOOTBALL RESULTS Salem Salem Salem Salem Salem Salem Salem Salem 13 0 0 6 6 6 19 6 BASKET Radford. .... 0 Graham. Roanoke. .... 7 Lynchburg. . ...33 Lane. .... 6 Danville. . ... 12 Vinton. . ... 12 Portsmouth. . . . .20 BALL Looking to the future, Coach Denton organized and used three different basket¬ ball teams, playing three separate schedules, with many of the games double and triple-headers. This Varsity team, as well as the football team, was handicapped by injuries. Out of twenty-two games played, the Varsity won eleven. The other two teams organized by Coach Denton, assisted by Captain Bob Barnett, were for the purpose of teaching the younger boys the fundamentals necessary before going into Varsity competition. Since only three boys will be lost from all the teams, the prospects for the coming year appear much better than formerly. GIRLS 7 BASKET BALL The 1934-35 girls’ basket ball season may well be termed the most successful in the annals of Andrew Lewis High School. The team secured for the second successive time the Roanoke County Championship by victories over Vinton and William Fleming, last year’s rivals. Numerous other victories were recorded over out-of-county schools, including Eagle Rock, Radford, Covington and Fincastle, as well as those nearer home. To designate for special mention any one of the members of the team would destroy that spirit of teamwork so manifested this year. Francis Cheek, who was captain, is the only member of the squad to graduate this year. The very successful season is due to the efforts of the coach, Mrs. Vest, and the girls who spent long hours in training. A precedent has been set for the future teams of Andrew Lewis to follow. Page Fifty-Four
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