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Page 98 text:
First Row, Left to Right: Joan Black, Drum Majorette, Geneva Duncan, Drum Majorette, Charlotte Thomas, Daisy Taliaferro, Doris Martin, Betty Lou Rettinger, Melvin Goode, Julius Walthall, Theresa Friend, Laura Graham, Gene Sellers, Sue Garnett, Virginia Garrett, Alma Bohon, Jean Thomas, Edith Hayden, Peggy Taliaferro, Head Drum Majorette, Jack Roof, Drum Major Second Row: Norma Cundijf, Paul Copenhaver, Jimmie Evans, Alva Conner, Bobby Moore, Drew Moore, Gene Draper, Peggy Francisco, Jean Yarbrough, Aileen Almond, Bobby Stanley, Henry Holliday, Burcelle Johnson, Norman Stemple, Mr. L. Christensen, Director Third Row: Madison Grisso, Ray Jennings, Alice Viar, Edith Lagerholm, Sue Pojf, Ella Haynes, Glenn Draper, Dean Lloyd, Billy Poff, Eugene Reed, Llarold Pillow The Band Under the leadership of Mr. L. Christensen, the Andrew Lewis High School Band has entered in many school activities during the year. As usual, the most important activity was playing for the football games. In the mud, rain, fair weather or foul, the Band would be out at half-time, marching in formation for the fans—Drum Major, Jack Roof, leading with his famous twirling; Head Drum Majorette, Peggy Taliaferro, blowing the whistles; and the other details being left to Drum Ma¬ jorettes, Geneva Duncan and Joan Black. At present, plans are underway for the annual concert and for a parade to be held in the spring.
Page 100 text:
First Row, Left to Right: Dona ld Boatwright, Dick Little, George St. John, George Grayhill, Dickie Bunting, Charley IVebber, David Brown, David McClung, Buddy Hall Second Row: James Welcher, Clarence Maberry, Ray Caldwell, Melvin Hollandsworth, Carl Bain, Pinky Wilbourne, Jimmy Robertson, Frank Shelor, David Mitchell Third Row: Skeeter Hesmer, Lloyd Hinchee, Marvin Crowe, Bill Thompson, Andy Renick, Brent Lluff- man, Danny Mowles Football With eight lettermen from last year’s squad, five service veterans returning, and a transfer from Kentucky, Coach Spruhan had an able and experienced squad to start the season. Taking full advan¬ tage of this and moulding a single-wing attack around versatile Dickie Bunting, with a veteran-studded line up front, the Wolverines easily swept through early-season competition. Playing perhaps their best game of the season, the team defeated powerful Thomas Jefferson of Richmond 6 to o. Playing hard in every game, the Wolverines made a record to be proud of, winning five games, tying one, and losing three. Boys from this year’s squad who will be lost by graduation are: Backs —Dickie Bunting, Charley Webber, Ray Caldwell, Ray Wilbourne, Andy Renick, Gerald Field, and Danny Mowles. Linemen —Dick Little, David Brown, David McClung, George Graybill and Frank Shelor. These boys will be sorely missed, but we can count on a good fighting team again next year. [ 94 ]
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