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

 - Class of 1941

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Participants in State Track Meet at Charlottesville Richard Fisher Claude Hollyfif.ld Robert Jett John McCluer John McCluer, Captain With a small number of boys reporting for track this year, it will be hard for Coach Denton to have a very strong team. We have several boys who are outstanding in their own events, but to win meets, it is necessary to have second and third places, too. We have Richard Fisher, who is outstanding in the weights; John McCluer and Roots Bowman, in the dashes; Bob Jett, in the 440, and Claude Hollyfield in the 880. Andrew Lewis 27, Hargrave Military Academy 36. Our first meet was with the Hargrave Military Academy. We lost by a score of 36 to 27. Our boys did some mighty fine work, but the Hargrave team was too strong for us. Andrew Lewis 67, Clifton Forge 23. This was our second meet and the Salem boys had gained more experience. They literally swamped the Clifton Forge lads. The Salem team won nine first places of the ten events. As the Pioneer goes to press, we are looking forward to our other meets. wi 1 . L 1 7 ' |L ipP, “ Wf jP l.w thjL 4 j 1 f i itM f AT as.juK t £§. ■ Jh First Row —Arthur Swan, Billy Shaw, Billy Carrol, Billy Baker, Dana Tinglcr, John McCluer. Second Row —Billy Kinsey, Claude Hollyfield, James Sluss, Richard Fisher, Bob Jett, James Gaskins. 57

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HaAeball Harold Shelor. Catcher John Gleason. Pitcher Howard Wimmer. First Base Mike Sherrard. Second Base Whitty Guthrie. Short Stop Harold Garrett. Third Base Buck Johnson. Left Field “Reverend” Journell. Center Field Harold Shelor, Captain HOWARD BARNETT. Right Field Substitutes: E. McCallum and E. Roop, pitchers; A. Shumate, W. Corbin, catchers; H. Bar¬ nett, second base; C. Zion, short stop; D. Byrd, third base; L. Pendleton, left field; H. Tayloe, center field; M. Hall, J. Gilmore, right field; B. Slusser, J. Dobbyns, managers. Coach Denton’s Baseball Team is making a reputation for itself. To date it has won six games and lost one. Salem Opponent Hargrave. . 15 4 Rocky Mount. O Clifton Forge. . 19 14 Danville. . 4 3 Jefferson. . 4 2 Bedford. 6 With one of the best hurlers in the state, John Gleason, and Captain Harold Shelor catching, and an experienced infield and outfield, the Salem nine is hard to beat. Upper: i. Shelor catching the ball. 2. Wimmer on first. Lower: i. THE TEAM, First Row: Billy Slusher, Marvin Hall, Ed McCallum, H. Wimmer, H. Garrett, R. Journell, C. Johnston, J. Gleason, H. Shelor, C. Denton. Second Row: Louis Pendleton, Guy Spruhan, O. Shumate, W. Corbin, H. Barnett, J. Sherrard, E. Roop, J. Gilmore, Charles Zion, David Byrd, Pete Dobbins. 2. Johnston at the bat. 56



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PluiAUcal ucatio t GIRLS’ PHYSICAL EDUCATION The Athletic Department of Andrew Lewis is gradually enlarging its program of sports to cover a wider range of activities. The year’s schedule of events shows this tendency with a sport the year around— from crisp fall days with basket ball to spring, when shorts, sun glasses, and peasant scarfs make their appearance on the tennis courts. Intramural sports began at Andrew Lewis last year and have con¬ tributed to the social, physical, mental and ethical qualities of every girl who has participated. It has given them command of certain fundamental processes and contributed much to her sportsmanship, her health and her citizenship. Intramurals have been highly successful and it is planned to add additional sports to the calendar for another year so that every girl may find something to her liking. Rebecca W. Kern, Coach BASKET BALL From the warm fall days to the cold wintry days basket ball had its place, consisting of individual practices and hard-fought intramural games. It looks as if the old saying, “Practice Makes Perfect,” is right all. The Seniors proved that when they beat the Junior, Sophomore and Freshman classes. The scores were: Senior . 50 Junior . 20 Senior . 56 Freshman-Sophomore . 12 Junior . 45 Freshman-Sophomore . 24 class after SENIOR PICTURE —Beverly Showalter, Missouri Lyerly, Viola Mowles, Mary Agnes Plybon (Captain), Anna Westwood, Arlene Whiticar, Minnie Wygal, Margaret Kelly. JUNIOR PICTURE, First Row —Alice Adams, Lois Wiljong (Captain), Annie Laura Lee. Second Row —Elinor Watson, Jean Walthall, Louise Peters, Irene Cander. Lucetta Woodruff, Mary Wright. SOPHOMORE-FRESHMAN PICTURE, First Row —Virginia Hammerley, Mary Margaret Cornett, Polly Bower (Co-Captain), Isabelle Henry (Co-Captain), Jane Wygal, Margaret Crouch. Second Row —Winnie Willis, Marela Cook, Charlotte Dennis, Clasie Philpot, Helen Sue Macon. Mary Kelly. GYM EXHIBIT —Pyramid by boys and girls. ■{ 58

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