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Page 92 text:
First Row, Left to Right: John Gardner, Willard Flora, Charles Hawley, Elmer Williams, Bobby Price, Maurice Han¬ cock, Maurice Myers, Don Jarrett, Don Fandergrijt, Dewey Clower Second Row: Shorty Nichols, Bobby Cornett, Jay Musser, Jimmy Layman, Earl Camper, Johnny Mastin, Wesley Frye, Eugene Sloati, Glenn Par, Jack Painter, Jimmy Wright Third Row: Bobby Flinchum, Jerry Frank, Buddy Eakin, Milan Christley, Henry Frantz Junior Vars ity Football SUMMARY Andrew Lewis J. V. 6 Andrew Lewis J. V. 6 Andrew Lewis J. V. 7 Andrew Lewis J. V. o Andrew Lewis J. V. 7 Andrew Lewis J. V. o Andrew Lewis J. V. 6 Total Points.32 OF GAMES Opponents William Fleming J. V. o William Byrd J. V.13 Covington J. V. 6 Roanoke Catholic V.27 Jefferson J. V.13 William Byrd J. V. o Blacksburg J. V.19 Total Points.78 •4 86 }
Page 91 text:
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
Page 93 text:
. V. Football Action Shots 1— Wright ’round end 2— Holliday stopped for no gain 3— Mastin makes big gain for Blue and White 4— Ball, ball, who’s got the ball? 4 87
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