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JUNIOR I-IURD JAMES KEGLEY
HEN Coach Henry Ford, forrner V. M. I. star tackle, called
Pulaski High's first football practice early in September,
he had only six letter men from a team that had won only
one high school game the year before with which to build
a team. Experienced substitutes, however, from last year's squad and
several new prospects furnished men to capably fill the vacant places on the
Witl1 one of the hardest schedules in years, the Pulaskians closed the
season with a record of six victories, two defeats, and one tie game, being
undefeated in the conference.
The last game of the season ended the Pulaski High football careers
of Captain Hurd, Mark Kegley, Lyons Jones, Charles Dyer, Hunter Kunkel,
Milton Stambaugh, Isaac Walker, and Mitchell Surratt in a. manner long
to be remembered.
Captain-elect Matheney landed a position on the mythical All VVestern
team, and Captain Hurd earned a berth on the second team. The Pulaski-
ans, with a clean slate in the conference, were chosen to play in the semi-
finals of the State B class title, but due to the lack of reserves and the crip-
pled condition of reserves and the regulars, Coach Ford chose not to partici-
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HE BOYS' basketball team, although losing a majority of the
games, showed a fine spirit during the entire season. Coach
Ford had only two letter men with which to build a teamg lack
of experience accounts for the losses more than anything else.
Captain Milton Stambaugh proved himself a capable leader. He
played hard and fast and was one of the main cogs in the team. Captain-
elect Du Val Seagle was the outstanding and high score playerg fast and
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state man next year.
"Doc" Dyer, Seagle's running mate, has proved that he is capable of
hitting baskets. He was next to Seagle in scoring, and was a fast floor man.
"Slim" Johnson served as center and usually got the tip-off. He is
especially good in taking the ball off the back board. Mark Kegley, guard,
was the swiftest man on the floor, and carried off honors in basketball as he
did in football.
"Fuz" Hall was our utility man. He played every position except
center. "Legs" Kegley, "Wild Bill" Matheney, and Frank Harkrader did
their part also as capable players.
With three letter men, Seagle, Johnson, and Hall, with which to begin
next year's team, Coach Ford is expecting a much better season.
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