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This is the hard way to see your toes! Nancy Donaldson, a very talented mem¬ ber of the Modern Dance group, does a stunt called the elbow stand. Elmira Poff, Patty Donaldson, Mary Jean Simpson and Annette Garst, four of the girls in Mrs. Patsel’s Tap Dance Group, listen for their cue as the music begins. Four Modern Dance girls, Betty Joe Harris, Susan Hackman, Nancy Donald¬ son, and Clara Lewis, practice a number for their recital. More back-stage action shots show work on an all-important job, make-up. This subject requires real ingenuity. Students in the drama class are pic¬ tured hard at work getting scenery in shape for a play they are to present.
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These boys are concentrating on a game of shuffleboard which requires skill in knowing how to push the disc with just the right force behind the cue. Randall Bare watches as his partner tries his luck. Our future basketball stars are made and discovered as they practice during their physical education classes. Here a boy decides it is clear to shoot, but his opponent hurries to prevent a goal. “One-two, one-two, up-down, up- down” is the cry as the boys go through their calisthenics at the beginning of their physical education period on the athletic field. Spring is here, and the boys move their physical education class out into the warm sunshine where they work with renewed vigor to complete this year’s work. Mr. Harless looks on as one of his physical education classes practices tumbling. The boys on the mat grit their teeth and prepare for the worst in case the tumbler does not succeed in his leap.
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SALEM f SALEM SALEM SALEM sale First Row, Left to Right: Kellogg Hunt, Eugene Sloan, Don Anselmo, Jimmy Candler Second Row: Alonza Philpott, Roy Wirt, Robert FI inchum, David Little Track The Andrew Lewis track opened the 1952 season under Coach Crawford and his assistant, Coach Copenhaver, by defeating the William Byrd thinclads 92jA to 20W. At Lynchburg, in their second meet, the Wolverines took a beating at the hands of E. C. Glass High. Eugene Snead was the Andrew Lewis thinclads’ spark in winning the 100-yard dash and gave a fine showing in the hurdles. The final score was 90-23, Glass. The following week the Blue and White lost to William Fleming of Roanoke, but a few days later found no trouble in winning over Covington High School. When Andrew Lewis and Jefferson met last year, it was the first time the rivals had met in track. It was a very exciting meet with Jefferson finally coming out on the long end, 67-48. In the Western District meet, the Wolverines were beaten by E. C. Glass and Jefferson, but they had no trouble in outclassing George Washington High of Danville and Covington High School to take third place honors. When the regular season ended, Don Anselmo, Hack Harrison, and Eugene Snead were chosen to represent Andrew Lewis in the State Meet. Harrison qualified in the half-mile, but he was not able to stay for the finals. The Wolverine team for 1953 will be paced by returning lettermen Jimmy Candler, Don Anselmo, Luther Garrett, and Alonza Philpott. The ’53 schedule includes meets with Fleming, Byrd, Glass, Jefferson, Covington, the Western District meet, and possibly another trip to the State Meet. Coach Crawford
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