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Page 46 text:
First Row, Left to Right-Buddy Jennings, Allen Qualls, Bob Jennings, Captain, Pee Wee Settlers.
Buster Jennings. Second Row-Robert Gilbert, Manager, Billy Hughey, Wayne Malone, C. C.
Prowell, John Brooks, Max Smith. CT. J. Bell was absent when the picture was takenb.
28. . . . . Gallatin . . 24
18... . Mt. Juliet ... .36
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mi 10 .... Gordonsville ..... 23
" 33 . . . . . Gallatin . . . . . .28
ff 28 Carthage... ....20
llagmgmgi 25... .. Watertown ......14
29 .... Gordonsville ..... 29
30 . . . . Hartsville . . . . . 29
24 . Mt. Juliet ..15
28 . . . Liberty .. 27
32 . . . . Watertown . . . . . 28
16 .... Carthage ..... 30
23 Red Boiling Springs 18
25. . . Hartsville . . . .15
19... ...Portland .25
18. . . Shelbyville . 32
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I . . . , K
MARTHA HOWARD-Captain, a senior who
has played a consistent and efficient guard
position for three years. Not a spectacular
player, her real worth is best realized by the
team members. All District Guard.
CHRISTINE CLAYBOUNE-"Teeny" is a so-
phomore whose progress this year has been the
greatest of any member of the team. A "speed
merchantn and excellent ball handler. Second
MARY DOUGLAS MARTIN-A sophomore
around whom the guard play must be built
next year. A natural athlete, "Doug, makes
the difficult jobs look easy.
TISH ANN ASKEW-The fourth senior on the
team and in spite of a "trick" knee has played
a splendid Hspotl' game. She hit peak form in
the Gordonsville game.
DELLA MAI JENKINS-Alternate Captain, a
senior whose height and fighting spirit has done
much towards maintaining our rugged defense
for the pas three years.
BLANCHE HANCOCK-Rounding out her
third year as a forward, Blanche Cwho was all-
tournament as a sophomoreb is our high point
member of the team. She will be hard to rc-
placc next year.
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MARGARET WILSON-Has another year of
play during which she should develop into as
polished a player as her sister, Frances. Her
play against Liberty was particularly good.
BETTYE JOE BRANHAM-Called ttRough and
readyw, due to her cold and deliberate play,
has always proved ready and capable of plug-
ging defensive holes that have developed.
LAURA LEE FRAME-Is the best ball-handler
on the squad and with an improved eye for the
basket should frequently "bustCerD" into the
lead scoring column next year.
MARGARET ESKEW-Will be certain of a
starting berth next year. Handicapped by lack
of height she is a nevertheless very dependable
in either zone or man-to-man defense.
MARY RUTH JOHNSTON-Transferred home
after a year with the Hartsville girls and very
naturally turned in her top performance in
matches with that team this year. She was
outstanding as a defensive forward.
HELON GILL-A senior, has kept alive a
family tradition of the past ten years, of a
happy, scrapping, and "heads upw type of ball
playing by the Hmighty midgets?
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1. BOB JENNINGS-Junior, Captain, forward,
excellent faker and shot. His defensive work
and fast play were outstanding. All tourna-
2. ALLON QUALLS-Junior, Center. All
tournament Hrst team.
3. EDGAR SETTLERS-Junior, forward, good
shot and good passes, with a good competitive
4. T. J. BELL-Sophomore, guard, forward.
The navy in mid-season. Fine player with
lots of natural ability. We missed him much.
5. BUSTER JENNINGS-Junior, guard. Bus-
ter's coolness under pressure, outstanding de-
fensive work and all-around ability meant
much to our success. Placed on second all-
6. C. C. Prowell-Senior, center. Prowell's at-
titude and Work made him a valuable Sub-
7. JOHN BROOKS-Although a substitute
Brooks showed as much improvement as any
on the squad.
8. BUDDY JENNINGS-Freshman, guard,
Buddy's disposition and ability makes us rea-
lize his future in basketball should be very
9. BILLY HUGHEY-Sophomore, g u a r d,
Hughey's team play and lighting qualities made
up for his lack of height.
10. WAYNE MALONE-Freshman, forward.
Wayne's development and desire to learn makes
us look forward to Seeing him in action next
11. MAX SMITH-Sophomore, forward, im-
proved steadily and next year should Hnd him
a new dependable man.
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