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'MILTON STAM BAUGH JUNIOR I-IUKD
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
shifty, he keeps his opponents guessing all the time. He should be an all-
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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LENA BERRY CATHERINE WOOD
HE Pulaski High School girls, under the direction of Coach
Margaret Dyer, enjoyed a successful basketball season, suffer-
ing only two defeats out of eleven games. The First Presby-
terian Church of Roanoke was victorious by a one-point mar-
gin, while Radford came out on top with a score of 24 to 23. We hardly
consider this a defeat, however, as Pulaski in an earlier game defeated Rad-
ford by a score of 47 to 35.
Captain Lena Berry was Pulaski's outstanding player, having scored
around 150 points in ten games. Her playing and inspiring leadership will
be missed next year. "Cat" Wood, who acted as playing manager, proved
herself very capable. She has been our star guard for three years, and a
better guard will not be found. Mary Surface and Ruth Eastman, Cap-
tain Berry's running mates, proved their ability to hit the basket when
points were needed. Evangeline Eastman and Ruth Bocock filled the guard
positions like veterans although this was their first year.
Four members of the regular team and several substitutes graduate
this year, leaving Evangeline Eastman, Ruth Bocock, and Helen Richardson
as a nucleus for next year's sextette. Here's hoping that they will have as
successful a season as the team of '32,
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