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Gaining Poise, Balance And Sk ill . . . BADMINTON Phyllis Young, Patricia Pritchett, and Iris Gieser wait th eir turn as Nancy Peery and Barbara Jones aim for the birdie to keep up with their opponents. Ruth Thompson and June Henderson practice their serves, hopefully awaiting spring, when the tennis courts will be ready for a real game. The girls at Andrew Lewis have the opportunity to develop their bodies by entering the many sports, badminton, tennis, basketball, ping-pong, archery, shuffleboard, tumbling, dancing, and, of course, the drills and exercises that make up physical education generally. Miss Martin and Mrs. Houchens worked with hundreds of girls this past year and did an excellent job. Who are these girls, these unknown acrobats, practicing their headstand? They certainly look good. (Left to right) Ruth Thompson, Page Clark, Barbara Turman, Frances Turman, Corrine Walters, Betty Lancaster, Doris Price, June Henderson, June Herrin, and Sue Vest seem to be engaged in a scuffle as Sue takes advantage of the situation to gain possession of the ball for her team. 81 p
Page 84 text:
Building ' The Body Beautiful ' . . . FW A i i H 1 J| ' r BASKETBALL Frances Turman, Ninevah Turman, Doris Price, Patty Lan¬ caster, Page Clark, Barbara Turman, and Corrine Walters vie for possession of the basketball as Miss Martin serves as referee. PING-PONG Excitement rises as the score of the ping-pong game mounts up and up. Laverne Argabright and Joyce Beahm wait for the ball hoping to gain a victory over Jeanette Myers and Peggy Paulus. SHUFFLEBOARD Brenda Moore waits as Lettie Mae Oakes tries for 10 points in the shuffleboard game. In the climb to a better life, nothing is more advantageous or essential than a strong healthy body; a strong healthy body makes life happier and more worth while. The most arduous tasks can be ac¬ complished pleasantly and with ease when there is coordination of mind and body. i( 80 K Betty Helms and Billie Sue Young turn in their squad sheets to Mrs. Houchens for her approval.
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Fighting To The Finish . . . Front row (left to right) Lorry Desper, Frank Wagner, Kenneth Norton; 2nd row, Glenn Parr, Donald Whitlock, David Rutherford, William Musselman, Royce Koon; 3rd row, Ed Nester, Ronnie Henry, Hugh Bainter, Buddy Perry, Jack Beason; 4th row, Sonny Smith, Ashton Lough, Paul Bayse, Emory Bogle, Ronnie Frier; 5th row, John LaPrade, Jim Gresham, Jack Walton, Walter Chapman, Bobby La Garde; Left side, Steve Tyler and Loyd Rucker; Right side, Ralph Thomas and Clyde Palmer; Back row, Milan Christley and Fred Hoback. This year’s track squad, with only four returning lettermen, was one of the largest ever supported by Andrew Lewis; it was made up of fifty athletes. Under the coaching of H. M. Copenhaver, the group, made up mainly of sophomores, participated in nine track and field meets. All meets were held at the Roanoke College Athletic Field. Below is the 1955 schedule of the meets. March 25—Blacksburg and Bedford April 1—William Byrd April 5—Radford and Christiansburg April 15—William Fleming April 22—E. C. Glass April 30—City-County Meet May 6—Jefferson May 14—District Meet (at Lynchburg) May 20-21—State Meet (at Williamsburg) Coach Copenhaver 82
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