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V Tfc . U. , «-‘-‘i - T s4 - -V- ( gJk X: lifilf %t or:. 7 f «-- w " %jJ ( - w -vV V Thomas Tobey, “Dot” Jones, Randolph Sink, Martha Kime Martha Aldhizer, Pat Smiley, Mary Ann Smith Charlotte Jones, Lloyd Campbell, Betsy McDaniel, Johnny Shank Cheerleaders There is something about cheerleading that makes you so very proud of your school and your teams. We trot to the local and out-of-town games to “pep up” the cheering for our “boys in blue.” We train the new cheerleaders and verbally give them little “peeks” into our wonderful experiences. After we are graduated, we shall always remember the thrill of our very important football games (especially the Jeff-A. L. game, of course), and the exciting basketball games, which make your heart thump as if it were going to jump right out of your uniform and do a yell on its own. We think that there is nothing like A. L., and cheerleading. The school spirit has been splendid this year. To thank every one of you who cheered so well for the Wolverines, we’d like to give a great big “ 15 for fans.” The Cheerleaders S 0,1 Jl liu — frU i i A ' X, 4 Wv C+ Ck l 103] .
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Basketball Guy Spruhan. Coach Andrew Lewis has maintained its good record again this year. With eleven victories against three losses, the students can be very proud of their team. The school won the City-County Champion¬ ship and the Western District Title with all the boys playing excellent ball. Andrew Lewis was defeated by Dan¬ ville on her home court, but was vic¬ torious in Danville. The William Byrd Terriers also defeated Andrew Lewis once this year, but the Salem boys showed their power on their home court by a 61-32 score. The other defeat was handed to Salem by Lynchburg, which resulted in a tie for the Western District Title. In the playoff in Lexington, Andrew Lewis was victor to the tune of 37-34. Andrew Lewis also scored vic¬ tories over the Alumni, V. M. I. (B), Hampton, William Fleming and Jeffer¬ son. The scoring was led by George Gray- bill, who was closely followed by Dickie Bunting, Charley Webber, Jimmy Robert¬ son, and “Skeeter” Hesmer. Frank Shelor, Clarence Maberry, Wayne Shelor and Danny Mowles added to the well- rounded team. Most of these boys will not be back next year. Best of luck to these and the future teams of Andrew Lewis! 
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Jeanette Watson, Mary Spraker, Doris Roop, Sheridan Carter, Peggy Francisco, Frankie Bishop, Theresa Friend, Betty Viar, Juanita Butt, Kitty Copenhaver, Faye Gray, Barbara Spencer, Catherine Viar, Edith Hayden, Evelyn Johnson, Irene Swedberg, Diana Miller, Louise Hollandsworth, Judy Brown, Ora May Miller, Lois Bayse, Doris Lane, Elma Jean Jarvis, Mary L ou Crosswhite Girls 7 Basketball This year the girls organized a basketball team for the first time since 1937. The team has not been very fortunate in winning games as yet and most of the girls’ time is spent in practice. With girls’ basketball growing more popular every day, however, Andrew Lewis will want a girls’ team and one of which she can be proud. Therefore, we’re glad to see a girls’ team appear once again on the courts, and we hope that in a short time we’ll have a few more championship banners to hang in the gym alongside the others won in former years. 1 104 ]
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