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DRIVER EDUCATION “What are all those things for?” This is the question that puz¬ zles the driver education students. Gaye Hurt watches cautiously while she is taking her reac¬ tion test in Driving Class. The driving class’s showcase is an added attrac¬ tion this year in the Andrew Lewis hall. This one states good advice to all — “When in doubt, yield.” Mr. Copenhaver shows driving student, Mat Merker, how to operate “push-button” driving. 74
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BOYS’ PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mr. Ellis, a student gym teacher, seems to have found something amusing in the health book as he teaches a class of boys. This eighth grade boy is shooting a bas¬ ketball in the Physical Education pro¬ gram for developing a well-rounded youth. § t Gaining strength through chin-ups is one phase of the Physical Education Program. “Shirts” vs. “Skins” in a football game during Mr. Bussard’s first Learning agility in Physical Education, period physical education class, a boy practices on the rope in the gym. 73
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CROSS-COUNTRY TRACK Kg PpM (W 4 UK b hbi IixSEmIB - ■■iB WI 5 FRONT ROW: Clark Vandergrift; Larry Early; Dewey Nester. SECOND ROW: Mickey Grant; Marshall Dowdy; Carlton Weaver; Joe Browder; Richard Young; Richard Wilhelm; Douglas Wickham; Richard Gunter; Staley Hester; Richard Browder; Bobby Blankenbaker; Manager, Mike Terry. THIRD ROW: Coach Ray Bussard; Gerald Akers; Nelson Powell; Rudy Gearheart; Butch May; Robert Bradley; David Overstreet; Tommy Robertson; Joe Bounds; Ed Butts; Manager, George Yopp. FOURTH ROW: Barry May; Perry Caligan; George Robinson; Robert Sny¬ der; Bobby Wells; Paul Taylor; David Herrin; David Myers. The start of the A.A.U. Cross-Country meet in Williamsburg. Andrew Lewis ' first, 42 points; Newport News second, 52 points. Douglas Wickham finishes second for Andrew Lewis in State A.A.U. Meet. Clark Vandergrift places fifth and Larry Early (in dark jer¬ sey) seventh in State Meet, Williamsburg. las WickrT ' m fmishe sero P ist ' Roanotce College’ freshmen oke College 25 and Andrew Lei
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