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Page 96 text:
Jimmy Candler has set a proud record for him¬ self during his years at Andrew Lewis. This year he was a co-captain of the Wolverine’s fine football team. His great playing spirit won him top honors on the All-City-County, All-Western District and finally the highest honor given in the State, a place on the All-State football squad. Jimmy also is cap¬ tain of the Varsity Basketball squad and a member of the track team. He has a strong chance of making the City-County and Western District Basketball Teams. The Salem Rotary Club voted him the Most Outstanding Player on the football squad. John Holliday was the most consistent player on the football team. His offensive blocking set our backfield men off on long runs and his magnificent defensive ability cost our opponents many touch¬ downs. More than once John intercepted a pass or made a bruising tackle that halted a touchdown march by the opposing team. This fine playing won him a place on the first team All-City-County, All- Western-District and All-State squads. The Salem Lions Club gave their award to John as the Most Valuable player on our football team. John was a regular basketball player until he joined Uncle Sam’s Air Force. Ernie Sprouse was one of our best backs on the Wolverine’s football team this year. His fine run¬ ning and blocking started the Blue and White on many touchdown marches and Ernie himself con¬ tributed four touchdowns to the point parade. This, along with his consistent defensive play gained him a spot on the Coaches’ All-Western-District first team which is a very high honor. Glenn Parr did not even play the last four games of the season but his great play at his end position for the first six games was enough to give him a first team position on the All-City-County honor squad. Glenn really had a stroke of hard luck during the warm-up before the Jefferson foot¬ ball game. He went out for a pass and tripped over a Jefferson player who was on the field and broke his leg. He was a great sport about it and as soon as it healed he made the first team on the Wolverine’s Varsity basketball squad and is a strong candidate for honor basketball squads. He was our high scorer this year with 201 points. A T H L T I C H O N O R S
Page 95 text:
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.
Page 97 text:
Social In minstrel’s day after work was finished, Music and laughter filled the air, People gathered on green and in castle, To seek relaxation and pleasure.
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