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

 - Class of 1938

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D. E. Denton Gus Quisito. . Paul McGhee Jack Dame. .. . Coach Line Coach .... Captain . .Manager Ends McGhee Marmaduke M. WlLBOURNE Spiggle Jett Guards Brown Cor m ell Lee Gallion Fisher Haupt PLAYERS Centers Hurdle Watson Movvles Tackles Lambert So VDER Hayden WOHLFORD Katz ( ) Lettermen. Backs B. Whitlock H. Whitlock Sink Reynolds ( ) Captain-elect. ■ $ 53 } 2 - Bowles Crowder Garrett Keith Rucker J. WlLBOURNE

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1938 Football To Mr. Denton we owe whatever success our athletic teams may have achieved for the past eleven years. Even during the “lean” years, with poor material to work with, he turned out teams of which Andrew Lewis was ever proud, for their fine sportsmanship and clean, fighting spirit. We, zvho have been associated with him, join together in expressing appre¬ ciation for his faithful work. U NDER the able coaching of Mr. Denton and Gus Quisito, the Andrew Lewis football team had one of the most successful seasons of recent years. The season started off with a 47 to 0 massacre of Christiansburg, followed by another triumph, a 19 to 6 victory over Graham High. This was an especially meaningful event, due to the fact that Graham had not been defeated or scored on in two years. Then came two heart-breaking, one-point defeats at the hands of Clifton Forge and Lynchburg, defeats in which the runback of a kick-off and an intercepted pass scored the de¬ cisive points. The squad took its first trip to play Charlottesville, whom they defeated by the score of 2 to 0, a score that belied the real nature of the game. Andrew Lewis moved deep into Char¬ lottesville’s territory many times but just didn’t seem to have the extra punch needed to score. Then came that eventful day, October 30th, at Maher Field, the climax of the season—the smashing victory over Jefferson—the victory that every member of the squad knew would be ours. The small, light line of Wolverines, fighting like demons, dropped the Magician backs in their tracks again and again. Lewis hung tenaciously to an early lead until the final whistle. The game was won by excellent playing on the part of every member of the team. We took the only scoring opportunity and scored. There were no passes, which was unexpected for Jefferson. Jim Brown, with the other members blocking furiously for him, made it possible for Bruce Whitlock to cough up the only touchdown of the day with a thrilling twenty-yard gallop across the Magicians’ goal line. The following Saturday the squad (mostly the “subs”) defeated Vinton to the tune of 20 to 6. The last games with Portsmouth and Danville were not so successful as to scores, but were well- fought games. The ’38 football year, as a whole, has been a rather gratifying one. September 25—Andrew Lewis. .... 47 Christiansburg. .... 0 October 2—Andrew Lewis. .... 19 Graham. ... 6 October 8—Andrew Lewis. .... 13 Clifton Forge. .... 14 October ltj—Andrew Lewis. .... 6 Lynchburg. .... 7 October 22—Andrew Lewis. .... 2 Charlottesville. ... 0 October 30—Andrew Lewis. .... 6 Jefferson. .... 2 November 6—-Andrew Lewis. .... 20 Vinton.. .... 6 November 11—Andrew Lewis. .... 6 Portsmouth. .... 19 November 20—Andrew Lewis. .... 0 Danville. .... 9 Total. .... 119 Total.. .... 63



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Basket Ball Squad First Row (left to right )—Bruce Whitlock, Robert Lambert, David Rucker, David Oakey, Paul McGhee, Preston Reynolds, Jack Marmaduke, J. Willard Brubaker. Second Row —Howard Barnett, Elmer Robertson, Donald Shelor, Frank Hale, Murrell Smith, Bob Jett, Elmer Zeigler, Garland Mowles, Jack Thomas. Third Row —Bernard Graybill, Rufus Bowman, Bill Cyphers, Harold Shelor, Kenneth Huff, Jack Dame, Manager, and D. E. Denton, Coach. 54

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