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Page 110 text:
Raeford Halker, number one man on the
tennis team, serves some volleys into the
fenee before a practice game.
Masters of the tennis rackets are players, lqfl to righgfirxl row: Harold
Cibhaidt Ralph Albert, and Dick Boyles. .Smmd row: Alton Embler,
racket on the court IW' Bfbwni
The tennis team was the only '48 spring
activity to suffer a losing season, Lacking
both a coach and playing experience, the boys
tried desperately to field a winning team during
the spring term. The veterans on the squad
endeavored to teach the intricate details of the
game to the new fellows so that they might
carry on the spirit of the Hnettersf'
Alton Embler, thrice-letterman in the sport,
Clyde Baxter, and Raeford Halker.
was the captain of the net team, and with
Raeford Halker, was the mainstay of the Bison
uRacketeersf, Emlmler, Halker, and Ralph
Brown, one of the more promising of the new
boys, entered the state tourney held at Y'Vin-
ston-Salem. All three reached the semi-finals
lselore being ousted. During' the season the
Bison team managed to win two matches and
to tie one.
Lfjfl: Ralph Albert tightens the net before the big match. ,Mz'dd!e.' Dick Boyles congratulates his Charlotte opponent
on a well earned victory. Right: The match is underway as Ralph Brown serves the first ball.
Page 109 text:
Top: Bobby Lee, Betsy Guin, Ray Green, Vera Dean Puckett, Rossie Beam, and hlax Shoaf get Hhepl' in a scene
from 'LDouble Break" presented by the Curtain Callers. Hallam Ifjf: For a surprise ending hir. Heniford rushes to
the stage to direct the players in "Rehearsal," liullrmz rzzqlzt: Shirley Kirkinan and .james Buck, bewilcleretl couple
discuss their life in the HI,ong Retreat."
Members of Curtain Callers are, lqfl fu rflqlzl, firxt rozff: Kitsy lN"lClYJ3.II1lJ, Coleen lXleDonald, Shirley Kirkinan, Carlene
Cancer, Pat Massey, Betty -Io Samuel, Yiyan hliller, Pat Surratt, hlary Ann York, lloann Nlason, Ann YVright, and
Venetia Wilcox. Second row: Nancy ,Io Smith, Nancy Lewis, Betty Laws, -Ioann Rothroek, Frances Mull, Connie
lN1cGhee, Gayle Wfalden, Clara Yarborough, ,lean Short, Evelyn Solomon, and Arch hlchltillan. 7711-111 row: Betsy
Chernault, Peggy Peace, Louise Pegrarn, Barbara YVhits0n, Betty Solomon, Lois Sink, Carol lNlcKinney, -lean Larcom,
Barbara Short, Ruth Neighbors, Vera Dean Puckett, and Billy Rae Tucker. lfourllz row: ,joann Ronk, Barbara Russell,
Sally Trepke, Frances Pickett, Tommy Lou Young, Jean XVeekly, Isabelle Thayer, Thomasine Strother, Bobby ,loc
Lain, ,lean Smith, and Nancy Samuels. lfjfllz row: Richard Wfard, Bobby l.cc, Thurman lWacKenzie, liarry Scearce,
Ray Wardell, Max Shoaf, Janice Murphy, Madge Miller, Mayrie hlillcr, Herbert Potts, Bobby Robbins, and Bobby
Buie. S1'.x'lf11'0zL'.' 'fhoinas hlauldin, Gordon Polson, and Charlie Blartin.
Page 111 text:
Lqfl: Bringing out equipment before the game, are,
ly? to righi: Jack Peacock, Paul Boyles, Lane Green,
Davis Dowdy, Fred Grubb, Robert Harrellson, Johnny
Bell, and H. B. Shirley. Right: Come and gct'em.
It's not lunch but just Pete jones handing out towels
after gym class.
wor ing of! .Jprfng fever
Spring brought with it the promise of re-
turning to the great outdoors. After a long
seige indoors during the winter, the gym stu-
dents were anxious to get out and demonstrate
their prowess in the spring activities.
Softball, naturally, attracted most of the boys,
but for those who did not go in for it, paddle
tennis and horseshoe tournaments were sched-
uled. Intramural track events were also inter-
spersed with these.
For the most part softball interested the
majority of the girls, too: however tennis af-
forded much pleasure for those who were
interested. Paddle tennis and archery also
played a major part in the girls activities. A
most successful year in the Physical Education
Department was culminated by these 'fthe
Lzjfl: Billie Ann Slate, Helen hlartin, Alcan Larcom, Patricia Elkins, Pat Holbrook, and Rhuba Ledhetter carry in
equipment after an invigorating afternoon. Right: Carol McKinney and Marilyn Sumner get in the proper position
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