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

 - Class of 1949

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Page 104 text:

Cheerleaders “Pep with Spice”—they’re the variety in our lives. Dolores Chelf Mary Alice Woods Jean Lucas Julia St. John Phyllis Dooley Sue Robertson Pat Smiley Martha Kime, Head. Cheerleader Pat Hubbard Bubbles Garst Jennie Smiley 4 98 THE PIONEER

Page 103 text:

Basketball The Wolverines did a wonderful job this year considering the fact that all of them, with the exception of Wayne Shelor, were inexperi¬ enced. As the season went along and our team gained experience, we made a much better showing against our old rivals from all over the state. Although the team didn’t win any Western Conference games, it did win two in the Eastern Conference. But the number of games won is not what really matters; what counts in the long run is the fact that the players played good, clean games, games which showed lots of hard fighting and a spirit of sportsman¬ ship that would be difficult to equal. Because of this, everyone is very proud of the boys on the team, and we mean it when we say—“Hats off! !” and “Fifteen for Team! !” With several experienced players returning, the team can look for¬ ward to a good season next year. BASKETBALL SNAPSHOTS Thompson and his ballet shot Elmore’s favorite Peters comes through again Whatcha lookin’ at, boys? Let go of our boy! Shelor shakes hands anywhere That Perkins hits from any angle Watch that basket! Wait a while, fellows •€•{ 97 f NO 1 SMOKING ' NO IQKING



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LEADERS IN GYM CLASSES Miss Watts, Gym Teacher, Betty Jo Taliaferro, Sheridan Carter, Ann Webster, Stella Morgan, Barbara Bennett, Irene Swedberg, Doris Roop. Girls’ Sports This year at A. L. the Girls’ Physical Education Department has really been busy. In gym classes the girls have been very enthusiastic over square dancing. Everyone was busy promenading and swinging her partner. In addition to square dancing, basketball, and softball, other games were played. The fourth period was looked forward to by all the eighth-grade girls who had their own basketball tournament. Playdays on Tuesdays and Thursdays every week were sponsored by the Sports Club. All girls who were interested were invited to come to the gym after school where they were instructed in shuffle- board, badminton, peteca, volleyball, deck tennis, basketball, ping-pong, and other games. As usual, a great number of girls considered basketball the most interesting of all sports. There were two Odd and two Even teams. From these four teams, an honorary Odd and Even varsity was chosen. These teams played two out of three games for the championship. As last year the Odds won and thus gained io points toward the color cup. Volleyball is rapidly becoming an important after-school game. Softball comes next, with all the girls yelling, “Let me bat.” Let us not forget the individual sports. Sheridan Carter won the badminton championship, with Lucille Lee as runner up. Next comes our instructor’s favorite sport, tennis. This game takes a great deal of skill and patience, but under the leadership of Miss Watts, our girls will “come smiling through.” The competition between the Odds and Evens was very strong this year, and although the winner of the color cup has not yet been determined, we know it will be a close race. 4 99 FORTY-NINE

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