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Page 88 text:
57 First Row: Jackie Yough, Pw - MrCuA Hugh Bainter, Bobby LaGarde, Jon Manetta, Fred Hoback, Joe Faries, Pete JVatts, Corky Henderson, Brown Martin, Randolph Peters Second Row: Billy Hughes, Glenn Greer, Burks Logan, Arnold Manning, Bobby Garbett, Ralph Poff, Butch Hurt, David Ames, Jerry Woods, Larry Clark, Dewey Goode, Roger Koon, Jimmy Gresham Third Row: Don Oakes, Don Pinkard, George Irby, Ashton Lough, Bobby Dennis, Buddy Peery, Pat Darden, Craig Schneider, Jack Beason, David Rutherford, Harlan Leonhandt, Sonny Smith, Bill Myers, Frank Waggoner, Bobby Dillon, Emory Tarpley, Emory Bogle, Warren Hankins JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL The future grid stars of the Andrew Lewis Wolverines receive their first training on the Junior Varsity team. These boys spend many long and hard hours of practice; each hour is a rung on the ladder that leads to the glory of membership on the V arsity. Under the watchful eyes of their coaches, Mr. Harless and Mr. Copenhaver, they learn the fundamentals of good football and good sportsmanship. The team deserves to be praised for the ambition and fight that they have shown during the year. They have achieved a very fine record and with it a quality of play that will make them the outstanding Wolverines in the future. There is a big pile-up on the William Byrd 25 yard Billy Myers hands off to Hugh Bainter to try to gain line and Andrew Lewis recovers a William Byrd fumble ground against William Byrd. during a Junior Varsity game.
Page 87 text:
Left to Right: Carol Boley, Shirley Eubank, Peggy Stone, Carole Stroupe, Libby Foster, Georgia Crawford, Nancy Donaldson, Shirley Thomas, Carole Matthews, Phyllis Batten, Oceile Hall, head cheerleader, Eddie Peveral, Linda Johnston, mascots Oceile Hall and Mrs. Hood worked together to further the interest of the cleerleaders. As a very co-operative sponsor, she has served as an intermediary between the school and cheer¬ leaders and helped the girls through many difficulties. CHEERLEADERS One of the most important factors in school life is school spirit, and during this winning season, the Andrew Lewis cheerleaders have worked hard to keep that spirit alive among the students. They led their team through many difficult moments, ever rallying behind them. For the first time in the history of Andrew Lewis cheerleaders, they functioned much as any other school club might. Early in the football season, they sponsored an after-the-game hop with the boys of the Monogram Club. Cheerleaders baked the cakes and cookies, made candy, and prepared the other foods that were sold at intermission. With this money, they were able to purchase new basketball uni¬ forms to use this year and to pass down to next year’s girls. The squad spent much time preparing for the football and basketball games. They revised old yells and made new ones to fit the assemblies and games in which they took part. Theirs has not been an easy job but it has been full of good times and enjoyment! Fifteen “rahs” to the cheerleaders for a very successful year! This customary huddle marks the end of the game as the cheerleaders stamp out “ 15 rahs” for the team. The Andrew Lewis cheerleaders and mascots add much to the excit ement and spirit of the football games with their rousing cheers and yells. Are you ready? The cheerleaders have a practice session so that they can lead Salemites in cheers at the games.
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION Along with the training of the mind should come the physical training of the body. Every student whether boy or girl, takes at least four years of physical education at Andrew Lewis. During these years, a boy learns how to keep physically ' fit with exercises, the correct techniques used in football, the intricacies of basketball, the art of tumbling, and the coordination of track. Boys who are especially interested, and who have more than average ability are encouraged to try out for sports outside of classes. A great number do, and become the football, basketball, and track stars of Andrew Lewis teams. Girls have a great variety of outdoor and indoor sports from which to choose. Of course, they participate in all these sports in their physical education classes but they, too, are encouraged to enter into sports of their choice outside of class. The Girls’ Physical Education Department offers hockey, basketball, volleyball, archery, tumbling, tennis and modern dance. A number of quieter indoor sports such as ping-pong, shuffleboard, and badminton are also offered. Tournaments are held and champions announced. Girls staying after school for sports are awarded points for their participation and after a certain number have been acquired they are awarded a letter. Physical education classes at Andrew Lewis are intended to develop skill and coordination of mind and body. Along with these important developments, team spirit, good sportsmanship, and enjoyment of the game are ideals which are stressed greatly by instructors. Physical education is essential to the needs of every student. By taking part in various activities of this kind, every individual becomes a more versatile and well-rounded person. There is a mad scramble for the ball as members of a boys’ physical education class engage in a game of mass basketball. These boys are practicing the tech¬ niques of line blocking for the rough and ready sport of football. “One, two, one, two,” sounds a chorus of masculine voices as this group per¬ forms daily exercises. Calisthenics play a major roie in physical education classes.
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