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jd, Left to Right: Jay Musser, Bobby Flinchum, George Hill, Charles Patton, John Holliday •xond Row: Luther Garrett, Curtis Snyder, Wesley Gillock, Larry Waggoner, Jesse Chapman w: John Ganna ayg Glenn Parr, Russell Smiley, Jerry Frank, Jimmy Candler Basketball lnes, our basketball team in many seasons, can be justly proud ' hey brought Andrew Lewis back into the sports picture as they overcame some of the top Group I teams. The Wolverines of Andrew Lewis opened their 1952-53 Basketball season with an impressive, 41-39 overtime victory over highly favored Newport News, the defending State Group I champions. With the help of Glenn Parr, Jay Musser, and Luther Garrett, Salem won. Wes Gillock was high scorer for Salem with 12 points. For their second game before the Christmas holidays, the Wolverines played South Norfolk. Salem lost this game by two points, 46-44. Jim Candler and Luther Garrett led the scoring for Salem with 10 points each. Salem won its next game by beating the Alumni, 49-29. Jim Candler and Russ Smiley each scored 11 points, Johnny Holliday added 10. Marshall Adundy was high for the Alumni with 9 points. Next, A. L. won over Group II Blacksburg by the close score of 31-27. High scorer for the Wolverines was Wes Gillock with 12 points, Johnny Holliday was second with 7. Ferrum Junior College was the next team to come to the A. L. gym. A. L. won by the score of 3S-37. Salem led 23-16 at the half. With 30 seconds remaining, Buddy Carson dropped in three Mr. E Idwin Harless, Coach
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Mrs. Inez St.Clair briefs our four prospective nurses in the duties of a Public Health Nurse. Students are Carol Gregson, Shirley Fitzgerald, Jeannette Eggleston, and Clara Crotts. The boys and girls selected to run the Town of Salem for a day listen as Town Manager Frank Chap¬ man tells them how it’s done. Over in the Recreation Department, Eddie Talley and Annette Garst see that our Public Parks and other recreational projects are being run smoothly. Mr. Turner, Director of the Recreation Department, shows them a list of their duties. These Andrew Lewis seniors are ready to leave school to take over the business of running the Town of Salem in the Annual Town Day sponsored by the Civics classes. John Gibson and Buck Wood spend Town Day in the Street Department. Here Mr. J. C. Yates, Superintendent of Street Department, shows the boys the different machines necessary to keep our street in the best con¬ dition. Mrs. Baumgardner shows Betty Lou Pardue and Jody Walker the Clayton Tinnell gets the job of Commissioner of Revenue for Salem Town Day. We also see Mrs. Doris Mutter, secretary in the Treasurer’s office, with her stand-in, Mary Feld, and Genevieve Craighead, who is taking over Mrs. Keith Hunt’s secretarial position. filing system at Salem’s Library, as they take over her job for Town Day. A
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foul shots to put the visitors ahead, 37-34, but at this point, Wes Gillock tossed in two points before John Holliday threw to Luther Garrett for his winning goal. Gillock led the scoring with 14 points, Smiley added nine. E. C. Glass of Lynchburg came to town for the next game. The Salem boys were completely out-classed by Glass. The final score was 60-32. Jim Candler was high for A. L. with 9 points. Salem ' s next “victim” was William Fleming. The Colonels came to Salem with the thoughts of a victory, but the Wolverines played one of their best games of the season and defeated the Colonels, 60-41. High man for the game was Russ Smiley with 22 points. Garrett added n points. The Salem boys went to Roanoke with the hopes of beating Jefferson. They didn’t win, but they played a very impressive game. The score was tied eleven times, until the fourth quarter. Smiley ripped the nets for 14 points, which was high for Salem. The final score was 62-53. The Wolverines were next hosts to the George Washington Cardinals. Salem won by the score of 55-43. Russ Smiley collected 17 points, while Johnny Holliday added 14. William Byrd came to town next, and was defeated by a 49-36 score. High man for Salem was Russ Smiley with 23 points. Jim Candler added n. The Wolverines traveled to Covington for their next game. The Cougars surprised Salem and won 47-37. Smiley was high man for A. L. with 8 points. A. L. moved over to the Hill City of Lynchburg for a second game with Glass. Salem lost 50-30. High man for Salem was Smiley with 11 markers. Andrew Lewis went to Vinton for their next game with William Byrd. A. L. won 65-47. Dick Ramey, a newcomer from Indiana, was high for Salem with 21 points. Johnny Holliday and Russ Smiley each added 10 points apiece. On the night of Friday, February 13th, the Wolverines beat the Jefferson High Magicians by the score of 52-44. A. L. led 37-24 at half time. Ramey was high scorer for Salem with 13 points. The Salem boys lost their next game to William Fleming by the score of 66-52. High men for Salem were Ramey and Smiley with 15 points apiece. The Wolverines won their last home game at the expense of Covington. The score was 5 1 -34. Dick Ramey was high for Salem with 23 points, Smiley was second with 16 points. Salem lost an important game to Danville by the score of 66-45. If A. L. had won they would have been forced to play Jefferson for second place in the Western District. Ramey was high for A. L. with 12 points. Andrew Lewis lost its last game of the season to Blacksburg by the close score of 67-64. Dick Ramey tossed in 28 points for Salem, Gillock added 15.
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