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Football Home-Coming Queen Katherine Powell Football (cont.) ANDREW LEWIS. 3 HAMPTON.27 Hampton High, led by their All-American fullback Billy Harrison, methodically trounced AL 27-0 on Municipal Field. Halfback Lloyd Hicks opened the Hampton scoring on the fifth play as he ran for 44 yards on a reverse from Harrison. After Hampton scored again, the Wolverines put on their best drive of the night. Buck Wright passed to Marshall Mundy for 7 yards; Kellogg Hunt plunged twice for a first down. Wright hit Mundy for another first down but then the Wolverines lost ground on an attempted reverse pass. Two plunges failed and the Wolverines had to kick. Wright, Hunt, and Young were leaders in the backfield while Mundy, Tommy Dooley, Walt Dearing, Frank Chapman, and Ronnie Johnson stood out in the line. ANDREW LEWIS. o JEFFERSON.14 The scrappy Salem eleven fought their big city rivals every inch of the way and when the dust had cleared away, the potent Magicians knew they had been in a ball game. Buck Wright spear¬ headed the Lewis offense while Paul Rotenberry was the highlight in the Jeff offense. Rotenberry
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Buck rides again Football (cont.) ANDREW LEWIS. o LANE.13 Lane, led by an unstoppable back named Tommy Theodose, defeated the Wolverines 13-0 in Charlottesville. After a scoreless first period, Lane drove 82 yards for a touchdown. The teams battled on even terms until midway in the third period when Walt Dearing intercepted one of Theodose’s passes. AL then put on their best offense of the night as they marched all the way to the Lane 31 with Buck Wright doing most of the ball carrying. However, at this point Theodose intercepted one of Wright’s aerials to halt the threat. With three minutes remaining in the game. Theodose passed for another touchdown to climax the game. Brent Mongan —Brent played end on defense and wingback on offense. Although he is small in size, he makes up for it in determination and the will to win. Elwood Peterson —This was “Piko’s” third year as a letterman. He played tackle and his fine spirit was a boost to his teammates. Alonza Philpott —Alonza, a second year letterman, played tackle. His aggressiveness paid off in the T. J. game when he picked up a fumble and raced for a touchdown. Ronnie Johnson —Ronnie was shifted from guard to center. The team was very proud of his performance in the new position.
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Football (cont.) hardly gave the crowd of 7,000 time to get seated before he stepped 63 yards for a touchdown. The other Jeff TD came just before the half when Bucky Long passed to Berkley Mauck. For Lewis besides Wright, Billy Young, Kellogg Hunt, Ed Talley, and Ray Watson stood out in the back- field. In the line, Marshall Mundy, Sam Eubank, Frank Chapman, Ted Barker, Walt Dearing, and Ronnie Johnson were outstanding. ANDREW LEWIS.14 E. C. GLASS.40 The Wolverines put up a game battle but the aerial attack of the Hilltoppers finally became too accurate and AL dropped a 14-40 decision. Dave Ebert and Pat Kavanaugh were the offensive stars in the Glass backfield. Buck Wright engineered the first Wolverine touchdown with his run¬ ning and passing. He backed over to climax the 75-yard drive. Ray Watson intercepted a pass late in the game and went to the Glass five. Kellogg Hunt rammed over just before the end of the game. Billy Young and Ray Watson, both in the backfield, played their last game for Andrew Lewis. In the line it was the final game for the Blue and White for five boys: “Piko” Peterson, Ted Barker, Frank Chapman, Tommy Dooley, and Marshall Mundy. Half-time capers IVe ' re back of you, old school
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