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Page 94 text:
The PIONEER THE STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION First Term Richard Bain . President Second Term Jack Crawford . President The Student Christian Association, organized in the spring of 1945, is open to students throughout our entire school. It has grown from a small group of approximately a dozen interested students, who first had the dream of such an organization, to the present membership of more than one hundred. The S. C. A. has for its goal the fostering and strengthening of Christian character among our student body. It encourages leadership through participation in the devotional programs which are held each Monday. Through its endeavors a Bible Class is being conducted once a week, with an enrollment of some fifty members. It is hoped that our efforts toward the promotion of the more worth-while in life may be felt not only in Andrew Lewis but also in our community. MEMBERS Ruth Baker, Richard Bain, Lois Bayse, Inez Bowen, Margaret Ann Boone, Billy Bowles, Ruth Brogan, Judy Brown Janice Burford, Kathleen Cain, Evelyn Chapman, Lula Cross Chapman, Bernice Coffey, Doris Conner, Vivian Conner, Shirley Cook, Evelyn Copenhaver, Paul Copenhaver, Jr., Jack Crawford, Joan Crawford, Lessie Crouse, Martha Dame, Helen Divers, Juanita Divers, Gene Draper, Glenn Draper, Vivian Duff, Lois Edwards, Wilma Edwards, Harlan Eller, Lou Anna Etter, Jimmie Evans, Francis Forth, Spencer France, Jeanne Francisco, Judith Furrow, Louise Gallion, Sheridan Gardner, Claudine Garman, Evelyn Garnett, Mildred Garnett, Virginia Garnett, Virginia Garst, Lula Gentry, Evelyn Gillespie, Dorothy Glotzer, Ellen Goodbar, Belly Goodwin, Ellen Goodwin, Evelyn Gregory, Paul Grubb, Finese Harris, Marlene Harris, Vivian Hart, Jean Hartman, Nadine Henderson, Frances Hicks, Wilma Hodge, Henry Holliday, Iris Howery, Mary Ann Hubbard, Elma Jean Jarvis, Elwood Jarvis, Jane Jamison, J oan Johnston, Rosella Keys, Dematris Kitlinger, Carolyn Leffel, June Lynch, Marilyn Ann Marr, Mae McCray, Audrey McDaniel, Elinor Miller, Ora Mae Miller, Charlotte Moore, Drew Moore, Jean Lynn Moore, Lillian Moses, Darlene Mawbary, Frances Mutter, Jean Old, Betty Ann Pasley, Mabel Philpott, Wilma Philpott, Aileen Poff, Billy Poff, Peggy Rushbrooke, Geraldine Rushing, Mary Saul, Jane Scott, Mary Catherine Sellers, Irene Smith, Martha Smith, Mary Ann Smith, Peggy Smith, Sally Smith, Martin Spangler, Barbara Spencer, Cammie Spotts, Dorothy Stewart, Irene Swedberg, Wanda Sweeney, Maxine Tatum, Jean Thomas, Thomas Tobey, Yetive Trevillian, Doris Turner, Edna Turner, Jo Ann Turner, Genevieve Tyree, Frank Walton, Nannie Sue Weaver, Christine Webb, Mary Ann Wise, Jean Yarbrough I 8S 1
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The year 1945 saw Andrew Lewis field a hard-playing, but light and inexperienced team. With only one returning letter man from last year’s squad, the fighting Salem eleven gave a good account of itself on the gridiron. This squad never stopped trying to overcome its opponents, but could not always accomplish this goal. Despite the lack of brawn and “know how,” the Wolverines put up a game fight in all the contests and even surpassed the expectations of many Salem followers. FOOTBALL Guy Spruhan. Coach Dickie Bunting. Captain If one judges solely by the won and lost column, it was not such a successful season, but the players enjoyed the game and learned much about it. The “T” formation, which was used this year by Coach Spruhan, undoubtedly worked better than another would have due to the absence of heavy players on the team. Many of the boys will return next year with a year of experience behind them, and with the expected return of several players from the service, Andrew Lewis will be able to field a team which is wiser in the ways of the game. The players bearing the brunt of the tilts were: Backs, Dickie Bunting (Captain), Charlie Webber, Ray Caldwell, “Abe” Morris and Vance Cannaday; Ends, Ballard Wood, Joe Ray Burnett and Keith Edmunds, with “Pinkey” Wilbourne and James Welcher doing a great deal of able substituting; Tackles, George St. John, blunter Miller and Ballard Wood; Guards, Jack Rife, E. J. Miles, Court- land Spotts and Brent Huffman, and Center, David McClung. All these boys played a great brand of football, and with everything considered, they did a magnificent job, of which all students of Andrew Lewis may well be proud. r 901
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