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

 - Class of 1938

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Basket Ball Howard Barnf.tt —He was the smallest man on the team, yet one of the best ball han¬ dlers. We are looking forward to a fine prospect in Howard in the coming years. Paul McGhee— Although one of the small¬ est centers in high school basket ball, he stood up to the best of them. Paul will be back next year. David Oakey— Although he didn’t see much action, he came through when the going was tough. David is a senior. Jack Marmaduke— Jack, the most improved player on the team, will be back next year scrapping for a “first string berth.” David Rucker, Captain —His ability to shoot with either hand enabled him to lead the scoring attack with 81 points. He proved his right to the captaincy by his excellent floormanship. Preston Reynolds —Never having played basket ball before this year, Preston proved his ability and should be one of the “main cogs” in the attack next year. J. Willard Brubaker— Although size was against him, he was one of the best passers on the team. Jay will be back for another year. Jack Thomas —He was one of the hardest workers on the team and a fine prospect. Jack will be lost by graduation. Robert Lambert— He is just about tops when it comes to guarding his man and his floor work was outstanding. Bob has another year and great things are expected of him. Jack Dame, Manager. { 55 } • Bruce Whitlock —His left-handed shot was deadly and difficult to guard. “Hook,” lost by graduation, will be sorely missed.

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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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Girls’ Basket Ball Jean Maxwell, Guard —Lewis will lose a grand sport as well as an excellent guard when Jean graduates this year. Jean could always be counted on to hold up her part of the team and whenever it was lacking in spirit she was there to help uplift it. Eva Jane Doughman, Guard (not pictured) —Eva Jane has made an excellent guard for Lewis and will be lost this year by graduation. “Doughman” could always be expected to break up numerous dribbles that were made by her opposing forward. Frances Stoutamire, Guard and Forward — “Fuzzy” played two stellar positions this year, receiving a berth on the Second All- County Team. Frances proved that a level head is essential to a good player. She will be lost by graduation and Lewis will have a difficult time filling her position. Frances Harrison, Forward. Frances will be back next year to help pile up the points for Lewis. She has an excellent one-hand pass which, with a little practice, will be a dead shot. Good luck, “Harrison.” Nell White, Captain, Jump Center — Re¬ warded at the end of the season with a post on the All-County sextet. Nell furnished the psychological incentive of a winning team. Her floor generalship and consistent ball-handling marked her as the sparkplug of the Andrew Lewis team. Mary Elizabeth Hale, Center —Though Mary Elizabeth didn’t play in very many games this year she will be back next year to contest for a better position on the varsity team. Mary Lofland, Forivard —Mary has been a dependable player and though she didn’t make the first squad, she is expected to help them next year. Good luck, Mary, and many goals next year ! Miss Staples Persinger, Coach — Miss Per- singer has been a grand coach to the Lewis varsity teams. She has demonstrated great patience with all the players and has taken the losses as well as the victories well. Jean Ann Wilfong, Side Center — Jean Ann will be back at Lewis next year and will be one of the main sparks of the team. She played a good game this year and will be counted on to help the team bring in many honors next year. Caroline Maxwell, Assistant Coach— Caro¬ line was an outstanding player when she was a member of the Lewis varsity team. She came back this year to help develop sportsmanship and good playing, a great quality of hers. Myra Bunting, Manager— Myra has been all that a team could ask for in a manager. She was always patient and considerate to the whines of the team. Myra proved that a good manager must always be willing to listen as well as talk. { 56 }

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