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Page 95 text:
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Jim Cecil, Doug Wickham, Dennis Parks, Bill Wade, Carlton Weaver, Ben Powers, Wythe Brown. SECOND ROW: Wayne Lee, George Bowers, Richard Gunter, Paul Hodge, Richard Spangler. THIRD ROW: Kenny Etter, Richard Browder, Barry May, Wayne Hall, Glen Spangler. FOURTH ROW: Coach Patterson, Don Martin, Steve Dean, Wallace Gusler, Staley Hester, Coach Norman Lineburg. Bill Wade places second in the State In- Bob Fry jumps nineteen feet and three- door Track Meet with a toss of fifty-one fourths of an inch in the State Indoor feet, eight and three-fourth inches. Track Meet.
Page 94 text:
i . ' v ,% a m ip 4 13 w i I. a eHoBv ' d HI M 1 k y 1 nn ■ 1 1 i v ■ CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM, FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Robert Snyder, Richard Wil- heim, Bobby Blankenbaker, Carlton Weaver, Marshall Dowdy. SECOND ROW: Coach Patterson, Mickey Grant, Tommy King, Joe Browder, Staley Hester, Richard Browder, Donald Martin, Beverly Young, Reggie Blankenship, Coach Lineburg. THIRD ROW: Barry May, Lynn Eades, Wayne Gray, Steve Dean, Gene Adkins, Steve Moushegian, Joe Grant, George Robinson, David Herrin, David Myers, Hank Martin, Mark Wimmer. (£ UUt Uf ' m " Coach Patterson and Mr. Copenhaver look on as the scores are tallied at the end of the Cross-Country meet with Blacksburg. The result? We won!
Page 96 text:
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Larry Early, Bill Wade, Bobby Blankenbaker, Pat Powers, Wayne Taliaferro, Alwood Williams, Neil Churchill. SECOND ROW: Mike Terry, Manager; Sonny Tarpley, Clark Vandergrift, Dewey Nester, Wayland Overstreet, Nelson Powell, Rich Paugh, Dougas Wickham, Raymond Bussard, Coach. I Outdoor State Almost all of the boys pictured above scored points in winning the “grand-daddy” of all track meets for Andrew Lewis. Lewis scored thirty-two and one-third points and its nearest opponent scored twenty-six points. Neil Churchill and Bill Wade took second and fifth places respectively in the shot put. Pat Powers vaulted to a tie for first place in the pole vault event. Alwood Williams captured two first places, one in the high hurdles, the other in the low hurdles, good for twelve points. Wayne Taliaferro, the team captain, racked up a second in the high hurdles, a third in the low hurdles, and a tie for fifth in the high jump. Sonny Tarpley set a new school record in taking fifth place in the mile run. Our mile relay team composed of Nelson Powell, Wayland Overstreet, Dewey Nester, and Larry Early iced the victory with a Tird place in that event. Pictured in the inserts are the following: Pat Pow¬ ers, school record holder in the pole vault; Wayne Taliafetro, team captain; and Alwood Williams, who won two first places in the state meet. There is an interesting anecdote which came out of the track meet. When the team reached Williams¬ burg for the meet, Coach Bussard bought an issue of the local newspaper. The sports page quoted, “It’s all over but the cheering.” It went on to relate that Wakefield, led by a couple of speedy sprinters, was a sure cinch to carry back the winning team’s trophy. On several occasions on the way home, Coach Bus¬ sard would stop in a town. When the cars had stopped and everybody had piled out, he would pull out the newspaper and proceed to read, “It’s all over but the cheering.” And every time that he read this, a loud victory cry arose from the boys. This group of boys composed one of the finest ath¬ letic teams ever assembled at Andrew Lewis and com¬ manded the respect of the school, the town, and the community. 92
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