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First Row: John Gardner, Dewey Glower, Jimmy Wright, Jay Musser, Bobby Flinchum, Paul Hatcher, Eddie Ellers, John Holliday, Ernest Sprouse, Harry Simpson, Johnny Mastin Second Row: Curtis Snyder, Roy Wirt , II. L. Stanley, Wesley Frye, Brenton Mongan, Eddie Talley, alternate captain; Eddie Ferguson, captain; Jimmy Bayne, Luther Garrett, Maurice Myers, Henry Frantz, Otis Reynolds Third Row: Jerry Frank, Milan Christley, Don Anselmo, Donald Jarrett, Alonza Philpott, Sonny Williams, Glenn Parr, Hunt, Bev Roberts, Jimmy Candler, Jimmy Bean, Ronnie Johnson • _. Varsity Football L J) VO) - " VAxa_ . C% -+0( The ' Andtew Lewis Varsity Football Team is made up of a group of boys who are willing to no foA their own personal glory, but for the honor of the team. They play fair and fight in a victory; but victory or defeat, their spirits remain high, and they enter each game an win. V-S-4 -Xj ALL SCHEDULE—1952 Blacksburg,.Salem Danville.Danville Thomas Jefferson.Salem L. ys. William Byrd.Salem . William Fleming.Salem Lane.Salem . Jefferson.Roanoke . Appomattox.Salem . E. C. Glass.Salem . Covington.Covington Coach Johnston
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Charles Gwaltney, our busi¬ ness manager, knows that pub¬ lishing an annual is an enormous task. Here, Mrs. Gillespie, our previous annual sponsor, briefs him on his duties as business manager. Venus, Mars, Apollo, Jupiter- all the gods and goddesses of Mt. Olympus are seen here arrayed in all their splendor. The Latin Club presents its bi¬ monthly program to its members in which they learn something of Roman culture. The sound of music rises on the warm autumn air as the band meets for daily practice. Their stirring music and pre¬ cision marching, are a tribute to their director, Mr. Christensen. At football games, they pro¬ vide the necessary spark of pep, as they play our school songs and parade on the field at half time. Representatives from the clubs meet with Mrs. Gillespie, chair¬ man, and Mrs. Strickler as the Assembly Committee to make plans for the assembly programs. To them goes the credit for our varied, entertaining, and in¬ formative programs. All day long, as we make our numerous trips past the activi¬ ties room, we hear “Turn your head this way just a little— That’s fine, hold it.” These are the words of Mr. Brooks, our photographer from New York, as he hurriedly but efficiently makes pictures of hundreds of underclassmen.
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fa - 0 0 C ' i s £ V - V v 5 Jf X- tAvV l 3ouv. ' A Oj ' The Wol v erines opened their 1952 football season by defeating a weak but determined Blacksburg team by the score of 19-13. In the first quarter Hunt scored from 3 yards out, but Bayne missed the point and the score was 6-0. In the third quarter Wirt scored around right end. Bayne’s kick was good, and A. L. led 13-7. In the fourth quarter Talley went over right tackle for 55 yards and the last Salem TD. A. L. lost to Danville by the score of 14-0. Mongan were injured. Salem had bad luck in this game as Ed Talley, the captain, and Brent The Wolverines scared a strong Teejay eleven before losing 13-0. A. L.’s biggest threat came in the second quarter when Garrett and Wirt got to the five-yard line, but Wirt was thrown for a ten-yard loss. Salem won its second game by defeating William Byrd, 21-6. Hunt intercepted a pass and ran 25 yards for the first score. Later Bev Roberts recovered a fumble which led to another Salem score; Garrett ran 21 yards for a TD; Bayne kicked all three extra points. Byrd scored after a penalty and put the ball on the one-yard line. This was one of Salem’s best games. The Salem boys put up a good fight but lost to a superior William Fleming eleven, 34-7. After losing several yards Garrett, on a “key play,” found a hole and scored. Jim Bayne converted, making it 7-0. After this it was Fleming all the way. 3c C ■O . . ' Sr- « l Salem’s third victory came by beating Lane of Charlottesville, 13-7. In the first quarter, Johnson blocked a punt on the Lane 21-yard line and three plays later, Hunt scored. Jim Bayne converted. Lane came back to tie the score 7-7. In the third period Snyder blocked a punt on the Lane 17-yard line and Ernie Sprouse scored. Bayne’s kick hit the crossbar, so the final score was 13-7, Salem. A. L. played a wonderful game with Jefferson High at Victory Stadium, but lost. Paul Rotenberry looked good for Jefferson. Buddy Snead played his first game of the season. Ed Ferguson, Curtis Snyder, Luther Garrett, Roy Wirt, and Kellogg Hunt were standouts for Salem. The Wolverines won their fourth game by beating Appomattox, unbeaten and unscored on, 21-7. Roy Wirt scored twice in the first half, making the score 14-0. Eddie Talley made a third TD. Appomattox scored its only TD in the fourth period. E. C. Glass of Lynchburg came to Salem and beat A. L. in a Group I game, 38-13. Garrett scored; Bayne’s kick was good. Salem closed its 1952 football season by losing to Covington, 35-7. Kellogg Hunt had the honor of scoring the last TD made in 1952. Jim Bayne kicked the extra point. The Wolverines finished the season with a 4-6 record. a ft S
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