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FUN AND HEALTH IN PHYSICAL TENNIS TOURNAMENT Lee, Watson, Stevenson. Twenty-nine girls wielded the rackets in our tournament. Of these, Lindsey and Lee received ten points for lasting till the semi-finals while in the finals, Watson, the victor, received twenty points and Stevenson, the vanquished, received fifteen points. ADVANCED BASKET BALL Lee, Light, Patterson, Philpott, Gresham, Johnston, Wooldridge. Twenty-three girls composed this year ' s three snappy teams. Each team has played three games, but in the end teams two and three have valiantly re¬ linquished the winning title to team one. Certainly, these girls ' efforts deserve our congratulations. BEGINNERS ' BASKET BALL Dennis, Thomas, Crouch, Coach Ply- bon, Helton, McCall. Could this be beginners ' luck? Not for these six out of twenty-eight girls, three teams, whose inexperienced tactics and willing minds bade them play hard¬ er and learn the ' Topes ' ' of this grand game.
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PROVIDES BASEBA AND TRACK TRACK STAFF D. E. DENTON.Coach ASBURY MAURY.Assistant Coach HARVEY APPERSON.Co-Manager BOBBY PHILLIPS.Co-Manager Under the able coaching of Denton and Maury, our limited squad is fast developing into, prob¬ ably, the best track team ever produced at Andrew Lewis High School. Indications are that the competition for most of the events will be strong, especially in the dashes, 440 and 880. Roanoke College has again given us the liberty of using their track, and we wish to thank them for this privilege. As the Pioneer goes to press, we have a num¬ ber of important meets scheduled. As yet we haven ' t had any formal meets. We ' re not mak¬ ing any predictions but we do have hopes of beating Jefferson this year. If we win, all the better; if we lose, we hope we can truthfully say, " We did the best we could. " SCHEDULE COLLEGE FIELD April 13.Clifton Forge April 20.Ferrum Junior College April 27.County Meet May 2.Jefferson May 11.State Meet (Charlottesville) Left to right: Bobby Phillips, Earl Dunklee, Harold Summers, Ned Thompson, Lynn Huffman, Billy Carroll, Fritz Hill, Lyle Burson, Lee Ray Lineberry, Edward Fitze, Buddy Stevens, James Moose, James Smokes, James Gaskins, Lewis Turner, Asbury Maury, Paul Foley, Bob Saul, Mike Spessard, Selma Loop, Claude Hollyfield, Monroe Lineberry, Sam Winfrey, Joe Spencer, Millard Bryant, Theodore Morris, Francis Wright, John McCluer, Doug Williams, Rufus Bowman, Walton Bowles, Gene Cornett, Bob Jett, Bob Crouch, Ralph Peters, Ernest Hudgins, Billy Garrett, Buck Stamper, Bernard Katz, Lawrence Reynolds, Buddy Haupt, Herbert Ramsey, Arthur Swann, James Sluss, Jack Wilbourne, Ernest Via, Richard Fisher, Harvey Apperson, Coach Denton I I - ' JT7| III- | ' 1 j vw J 1 - J _ . x m - ' ,m ml m :n4 if Am Hitlf 5 « « | f !l ji| III! mZT. w - Li , - . lifijj f r Uj
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VOLLEY BALL Dowdy, Plybon, Peters, Harbor, Bru¬ baker, Gresham, Johnston, Westwood, Moses, Walthall. Forty-two girls came out to play volley ball this year. Four teams were formed and each team played four games. Al¬ though they all wanted to win, the losers showed good sportsmanship as well as the winners. I SOFT BALL Spencer, Kelly, Wygal, Thomas, Stevenson, Mowles, Patterson, Car- roll, Dowdy, Johnston, Grubb, Coon, Price, Moses, Thomas, Philpott, Gib¬ son, Wise, Lee, Patterson, Wood, Driscoll, Brubaker, Harbor, Francis. There are seventy-three girls out for soft ball this season to enjoy this outdoor sport. Seven teams will be formed with their captains chosen from the members of last year ' s soft ball teams. Each team will compete in a tournament to find the winning team. TRACK Spencer, Kelly, Wygal, Thomas, Stevenson, Mowles, M. Patterson, D. Patterson, Johnston, Grubb, Francis, Price, Moses, N. Lee, Philpott, Dris¬ coll, A. L. Lee, Wooldridge, Sykes, Watson, Harbor, Henry, Butler, Den¬ nis, Kelly, Mowles, Wygal, McCall, Wood, Light, Peters, Carden, Helms, Clark;, Helton, Deer, Brown, Wal¬ thall, Dogan, Crouch, Plybon, Wil- fong, Gresham, Westwood, Brubaker, Scanland. There are forty-four girls out for track. This year is the first time the girls have had a sport of this kind. The meet will consist of four events—the fifty-yard dash, the baton relay, the soft ball throw for distance, and the basket ball throw for distance. May the best girl win!
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