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

 - Class of 1948

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f 1 Every year we take “time out” for girls’ sports. We started the year by serving a grand ping-pong tournament. Anyone watching one of these tournaments knows the excitement of the close games. The champion ping-pong player of ’47 and ’48 is Keturah Pillow with Frankie Bishop as runner-up. Although fieldball and soccer had no place in after-school events, they were “Box Office” attractions in the gym classes. Basketball was the next attraction and many girls “appeared” on the scene. In any¬ one’s language, basketball is a grand sport. This year we had a team from each of the grades, each group competing for top honors. Close on the heels of basketball, followed volleyball, badminton, peteca, and shuffle- board. Spectators entering the gym the first few minutes of a class would find the girls playing anyone of the above-named sports, and interest was high concerning all four of these sports. Peteca, a Brizilian game, is new in this school. Originating in Brazil it was brought to America by a Brazilian newspaperman. Peteca carried top honors in after school events, as well as in the gym classes. Badminton followed peteca in top interest. “Don’t step on the birdie,” is a familiar cry when some are playing the sport. Shuffleboard, a favorite, not only in school, but also outside, is on t he list of top honor sports. Remember how hard you tried to get the disk in the paying section only to have it knocked off again? Before we know it spring is here and young girls’ fancies lightly turn to thoughts of—tennis and softball—naturally. Many have gathered at the tennis courts since the beginning of the tournament. The tournament is still in progress and it is anyone’s guess as to who will come out on top. We end our year with softball, one of our most popular sports. We are looking forward to finding out which softball team will be the best. We feel that much of the success of the girls’ sports season is due to the enthusiasm and inspira¬ tion of our “coach,” Phyllis W. Terry. Phyllis W. Terry Director of Girls’ Physical Education forty-eight [ 91 ]

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CHEERLEADERS Peggy Anne Smith Judy Holladay Juanita Butt Martha Kime (Head Cheerleader) Lloyd Campbell Bobby Chadwick A TOAST “ORCHIDS” to the Cheerleaders of ’47 and ’48! They have led our cheers through victory and defeat. Let’s give “15” for our Cheerleaders!



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Se+Uosi Basketball 7 earn First Row, Left to Right: Cammie Spotts, Sue Pof, Rita Friend, Charlotte Driscoll, Frankie Bishop Second Row: Jeanette Watson, Juanita Butt, Betty Viar, Barbara Norris Sapltamose Basketball Jea+n First Row, Left to Right: Sheridan Carter, Doris Turner; Martha Jane Curry, Claudette Kemper, Mary Ellen Whitmore Second Row: Sue Garnett, Fay Gray, Lucille Hill, Irene Swedberg {Ju+uxMi Basketball 7 earn First Row, Left to Right: Martha Kime, Dolores ChelJ, Doris Roop, Pat Smiley Second Row: Lois Bayse, Jane Ann Matheny, Dianna M iller rf-Hjesluncui Basketball Jeasn First Row, Left to Right: Jane Tingler, Doris Aider- man, Irmogene Hilton, Betty Jean Compton, Sheilda Jett Second Row: Mary Anne Logan, Ann Thompson, Jeanette Coleman, Ella Hayes, Betty Cook the pioneer

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