Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA)

 - Class of 1954

Page 94 of 184

 

Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 94 of 184
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Page 94 text:

First Row, Left to Right: Arnold Barr, Morris Creggor, Jimmy Gresham, Paul Bayse, Billy Logan, John Hesmer, Kenneth NPkton, Billy Baird Secofi fRow: Jerry Thompson, George Irby, Sonny Smith, Pat Darden, Billy Myers, Ashton Lough, Bill Senter IOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Although the Junior Varsity basketball team may not seem as important as the Varsity, these boys are gaining valuable experiences that can be used when they be¬ come Varsity players. In addition to playing school rivals, such as Jefferson, Glass, Byrd, and Fleming, the J. V.’s play in the town’s community league. Some of these boys show great potentialities for the Varsity. George Irby and Darden at center, Smith, Myers, and Lough at forward, and Bayse and Norton at guards all show ability that will probably place them on the “big team” next year. SLmJ “Who will get the rebound?” is the big question as Smith, Lough, and Irby move in during the exciting Jefferson Junior Varsity game. George Irby gets the jump on the Jefferson center and a mad scramble for the ball follows as Logan, Lough, Hesmer, and Myers move in among a host of Jefferson Jayvees. “Good shot, Pete!” is the cry as Pete Watts attempts a difficult shot under the basket during a game with Barnett’s Taxi, a Municipal League team in Salem. Coming in for the rebound for A. L. are Creggor, Norton and Smith.

Page 93 text:

Glenn Parr and a Glass player leap high in order to get the benefit of the toss while Luther Garrett, and Verl Mershon wait anxiously for the tip. Alert eyes follow the ball as the referee tosses it into the air. Luther Garrett knocks the ball away from Danville as Jimmy Candler runs down the court for a pass. An excited crowd cheers the home team in a basketball game between Andrew Lewis and Danville. J. W. Chapman takes a rebound from the board and looks for someone to pass to. During the George Washington game, basketball turns into a free-for- all. Jesse Chapman retains the ball as Jimmy Candler struggles to his feet. { 89 }■



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mmw a w win ,tie tn l a BOO Co-Captains Jimmy Candler and Kellogg Hunt cast proud glances at the Wolverine scoreboard in the Colonial Theater. Mr. League, one of our best boosters, gave the board. It’s a cold day but the’Wolverines don’t seem to mind. They are on their way to play E. C. Glass of Lynchburg. Optimism runs high as the cheer¬ leaders boost our spirits before the Jefferson game. Their score predic¬ tion didn’t quite come true but Carole Stroupe and Eddie Peverall are still hoping. Just before the disappointing news that the Lynchburg game had been postponed, part of our team pose in the snow in front of their bus. Other less courageous souls stay on the bus and grin at us from the windows. “Practice makes perfect” as Curtis Snyder receives a pass. This practice rewards us by points. Kellogg Hunt and Jerry Frank were caught clowning at a Thursday after¬ noon practice. Five of Andrew Lewis’s loveliest girls pose for a picture in their new majorette uniforms. They are Janet Munsey, Charlotte Jewell, Betty Jo Harris (head majorette), Carolyn Coleman, and Sandra Lucas. One of the favorite sports in the boys’ physical education class is learning the fundamentals of the game from Mr. Johnston and Mr. Harless. “Come on evens” these girls lead the enthusiastic cheers as the Odds and Evens meet in a fast moving basketball game. These cheerful lassies are Sylvia Tinned, Joyce Phlegar, Barbara Carroll, and Betty Stone.

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