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athletics To prove themselves, to gain new strength, to learn the rules of sportsmanship, in ancient times the knights held tourneys, for maid or prize appointed.
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The art of ballet con¬ cerns the training of the proper use of the hands, head, and feet. These girls go through the graceful procedures taught them in Modern Dance. Pictured are Georgia Crawford, Susan Hackman, Tavie Barnes, Nancy Donald¬ son, and Clara Lewis. The Modern dancing classes are composed of the girls who are eager to gain poise and grace. Gene Hurt, Mary Linda League, Carole Stroupe and Margie Ballard practice their daily exer¬ cises during an after¬ noon class. The girls of the Modern Dance group go through varied and difficult routines in tap under the expert direction of Mrs. Patsel. They are Elmira Poff, Mary Jean Simpson, Glenda Fowler, Kay Waggoner, Shelby Smith, Lucy Clem and Mary Cook Kolmer. DANCE AND DRAMA Mrs. Patsel’s fourth period drama class gets a big scare as Myra Wills frighteningly points a gun at her terrified classmates. Here the dramatic students learn by doing. Applying stage make-up is not easy but these girls seem to have learned the art well. This is a scene from a play put on by drama students in a school assembly. Mary Jean Simpson, the villain, almost escapes the clutches of Mary Linda League.
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First Row: Jerry Frank, Ronnie Johnson, Johnny Mastin, Maurice Myers, Luther Garrett, Jim Candler, Kellogg Hunt, Paul Hatcher, Wesley Frye, John Holliday, Ernest Sprouse Second Row: Kenneth Norton, Henry Frantz, Don Wirt. J ack Painter Don Jarrett, Curtis Snyder, Bobby Flinchum, Milan Christley, Wesley Patterson, Charles Hawley, Jimmy Layman Third Row: Glenn Parr, Bobby Brown, Bobby Goode, Eddie Ellers, Joe Berry, Johnny Renick, Donald Nowlin, Charles Henderson, Buddy Jarrett, Frank Francisco, John Cannaday, Paul Henson jl ft ' I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the 1953 football team on a job well done. It has been a real pleasure and privilege to be one of your coaches during this most successful season. I believe your success can be attributed to hard work, loyalty, clean play and the desire to win. To you, who are leaving I extend my sincere wishes for your continued success, and I hope the spirit you leave behind will be characteristic of future Andrew Lewis teams. Sincerely, Hal Johnston Coach Hal Johnston
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