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: First Row, Left to Right: Penn Whitescarver, Jerry Wood, Charles Patton, Maurice Hancock, Leonard Thomas, Joe Philpott Second Row: Hugh Garst, David Mattingly, Jim Brightzvell, Paul Bayse, Jack Marshall, Johnny Jones, John Cannaday, Alike Conner, Sam Harvey, manager } funior Varsity Baske tball These Junior Varsity Basketball players are our stars of tomorrow. Their games, which pre- cede the Varsity games, provide plenty of thrills as these boys gain experience which will help them to become good varsity players in the years to come. Andrew Lewis. ...38—Blacksburg. 35 Andrew Lewis. . 28—Glass. .42 Andrew Lewis. . . .22—Woodrow Wilson. 28 Andrew Lewis. . 46—Byrd. . 33 Andrew Lewis. . . . 25—Glass. 46 Andrew Lewis. . 36—Jefferson. . 37 Andrew Lewis. . . . 24—Fleming. 29 Andrew I ewis. . 29—Fleming. . 37 Andrew Lewis. . . . 45—Jefferson. 47 Andrew Lewis. . 35—Virginia Markets . 34 Andrew Lewis. . . .26—Whiz-Jammers. 34 Andrew Lewis. .29—Blacksburg. .29 Andrew Lewis. ... 31—Bvrd. 23 r. f 1 1
Page 103 text:
A high jump by the centers opens the Andrew Lewis-Jefferson game. Other players stand around the circle waiting to take the ball. Will the ball drop through the loop? A crowd of hands gather beneath the ball, eager to make or prevent the goal. “Make that basket!” All eyes are on the ball in a fast moving game on our home court. The referee hurries to catch up with the players. “Keep your eye on the ball! They are going to make another basket!” The gymnasium is filled with enthusiastic fans whenever the Wolverines have a home game. Bedlam broke loose in the Andrew Lewis gym after the Wolverines defeated the Jefferson High Magicians. The broad grins plainly show which are the A. L. rooters, while the unhappy faces belong to the Jefferson fans.
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Valentine Dance Below the hearts, our Senior President, Kenneth O’Bierne, dances with Dolly Iddings at the Valen¬ tine Dance. The Congo line winds around the gym growing longer all the time as more couples attach them¬ selves to the end. Beverly Roberts and Linda Lucas dance in the foreground next to Rob Thompson and Mary Smith, while the band plays a soft and dreamy melody. To the swaying rhythm of the Diplomats, Shirley Eubank and David Little lead the Congo line past the bandstand. Phylis Batton and Buck Wood, Snooky Elmore and Annette Garst sit on the grass covered step beneath the Valentine, while Bobby Neal and his date gaze wistfully into the Wishing Well. Frances Patton and her date smile happily at the camera while Charles Hawley whispers sweet nothings to his date. Eddie Talley eagerly awaits his turn at the punch bowl as Margie Rutrough looks anxiously up the line at Dickie Sossaman hoping he will leave a few cookies. Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Miller graciously give their assistance. Between dances refreshments are enjoyed in the candle-lighted cafeteria.
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