Greenville High School - Nautilus Yearbook (Greenville, SC)

 - Class of 1939

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15 I il? .9 5 ll ll as an 'is' -633666566 T E UTIL Roy "THE R11-iam" IIUNT BACK Footballs gilt to the ladies, Roy llunt, who was no softie because of this trait, was out for the gridiron game for the first time last season. Immediately he showed promise ol' be- coming a great fullback. Roy is husky, hard-working, and should de- velop into a dependable fullback next year. Built as a line-plunger, he takes full advantage of it by crashing op- posing lines with marked success. "The Ripper" should be an out- standing candidate for All-State next year. Rumrr "Wmf:cKER" MARTIN TACKLE Winner Most Valuable Scrub Trophy Always happy and genial was Rhett Martin, not a regular, but voted the most valuable scrub of 1938 by his teammates. This low, squatty line- man was always on hand at practice sessions, lending a hand here and there. Not everybody can make the first team, so good old "Wrecker" did all in his power to bolster the Raider reserve forces. When he did get in a game, he was fighting it out with the best of them, giving and taking everything like a regular. T. '-

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HAROLD ' ' Hoss ' ' HARRISON END During his first year out, and, in- cidentally, his last, Harold garnered a reserve end position on the Raider outfit in 1938. Although he rarely started a game, he usually saw plenty of action in most of the important tilts. His ability to catch passes and his clean, hard tackling made him a dangerous man. "Hess" is a quiet sort of a chap with a pleasing per- sonality. He is a senior and will not be back next fall. As a one-year man, young Harrison showed marvel- ous development. JOHNNY HSTOPPERH HOWARD GUARD The heaviest man on this year's squad was Johnny Howard, who capably filled one of the guard posi- tions for Mentor "Speedy" Speer. This was Johnny is first season as a regular, coming up from the second- string eleven of 1937. Good-natured "Stopper," as he was appropriately nicknamed, like so many rotund peo- ple, never seemed to get angry or lose his temper, although on the playing field he settled down in earnest to play real football. Charging like a wild bull, it was no pleasant matter to be bowled over by this short, 200- pounder who could change from a formidable gridster to a smiling Well- liked person in a remarkably short time. He has one more year on the Red and White eleven.



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lb li l'l'l Gt? A lb lb ll ll 45 ll dl I fu' lb' Ill III lll 6 III Ill 'II I I ,linkin l',xYN1c mek Un many a football squad is a young hopeful who, although too small to sueeessfully eompete with larger players, stieks to his task despite heavy odds. Jackie Payne is sueh a type who loves the game and turns up every season to take his share of hard eonditioning and g' r u e l i n ,Q punishment. For three long, hard years Jaekie has done no less than this in the hope that he might develop overnight, or in some manner make the first-string. No one deserves his letter more than this youngest ot' the "football l'aynes," who reeeived his serviee Htl" this year. Y JACK "MAoo1E " llIoG1clc BACK Despite his lack ot' size, Jaek gained a starting' berth in the baektield of the '38 ehampionship R a i d e r s. Weighing only l25 pounds, he put every ounee ot' this into eaeh play. lle has always been a "great little ball player," and after two years as a sub, finally attained the first team. His elusive end sweeps gave oppon- ents no end of worry, while his bloek- ing was also up to standard. His eourage and determination enabled him to out-star many a player more lortunately blessed with physique and stature.

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