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The first qame with Tazewell was not an overwhelming victory for A.L., only 68— 62, but the second game gave the Wolverines a fantastic 83—61 victory. second game, a truly heart- The team clobbered Halifax County, 66—44, but breaking 48—47 encounter. W ' 7 i Visiting Rocky Mount simply could not handle the Wolverines, who slipped by them in the closing moments to in, 50—48. The better team does not always win,- such was the case when William Fleming won over the Salemites, 64—44. v V 0 UU. L f , JL r» ' f Xt £ . J -j UM. • -uAM (a. g— i o rxl!UxU ZLj; (Uj . lix, yJhxA - vT A a. JT ■ A xps+pCxf ■ ' ' ( C 1 J J i i ! (aaA cCk v wty • v Senior Varsity members are as follows: David Herrin, Robert Snyder, George Robinson, Marshall Dowdy, David Myers, Glenn Dalton, Manager.
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Varsity team members are as follows: Charles Bailey, Bob Bardsley, Donnie Butler, Carter Melton, Jimmy Birch, Joe Browder, Jerry Neighbors, Mickey Grant. BASKETBALL Jefferson, arch rival of Andrew Lewis, came out second best in a pair of close en¬ counters. The Wolverines won the first game by a score of 45—43 and the second with 63—58. The A.L. boys won the first game with Drewry Mason, 50—46, but split the bill by losing a tough 50—46 decision. In another pair of non-district games, the Salemites whipped Buena Vista, 66—52, but scrambled to win the second, an exciting 65—44 contest. Despite their most gallant efforts, the Wolverines received a pair of stinging defeats at the hands of E. C. Glass. The scores were 50—33 and 62—37. The team romped to victory over William Byrd, however, winning the first game 61 — 37, and the second with the overwhelming score of 76—44. In both games with Danville, Dame Fortune frowned on our Salem boys. In the first game, the Wolverines came up on the short end of a 56—53 tally. In the sec¬ ond game, they shot 42 per cent and scored 74 points, but lost, 86—74. 86
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Members of the Freshman basketball team are as follows: FIRST ROW: R. G. Brown, Randy Wigington, Barry Whitesell, Sam Givens, Tommy Crosswhite, Butch Morris, Bobby Miller. SECOND ROW: Coach Daughtridge, Richard Spence, Butch Wilson, Bryant Williams, David Walker, Bobby Herron, Van Gresham, Philip Shreve, Manager.
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