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J. B. BOCOCK DONALD GLENN VVALLACE MOREHEAD
MARTIN BOCOCK BILL GULLIFORD ROSWELL SEAGLE
GEORGE DEVVEY BOB HALL JAMESSTEGER
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I. B. BOCOCK, Captain WILLIAM WHITESELL, Manager
HEN Pulaski High School's 1934 football squad rolled into Coleman
Park in September there were only five men from the last year's
squad present, and only three of these five were letter men. A1-
though some capable material of former years was on hand to
strengthen the light aggregation, Coach Ingles had a difficult task in build-
ing an effective team, the size of which was only fully realized as the season
advanced. The improvement of the squad duringqthe season in spirit, fight,
scholarship, and brand of football played, leaves us with high hopes that
Pulaski will soon regain her rightful place under the sun. In the way of in-
dividual performance the names of Ward and Captain-elect Sowers stand
out in defense, While the kicking of Captain J. B. Bocock sent the enemy
back, chasing a spinning oval, time after time. Donald Glenn, George
Dewey and Sinclair Dewey ended their high school careers, playing a con-
sistent game to the final whistle that brought down the curtain on the 1934
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DONALD GLENN, Captain KENNETH BRUGH, Ma1zager
HE BOYS' Basketball Team started the season with only three men
from the former squad present, but the group was materially
strengthened by capable players who had been reclaimed from the
ranks of the "ineligibles." The high spot of the season was the
well deserved victory over Vinton High School, since that school finally won
the District VII championship. The team improved gradually as the season
progressed and the final game was won on foreign soil by a 33 to 21 score.
The team ended the season in a 50-50 tie with High School opponents in
number of games won and lost.
The Senior Class furnished three members of the first team. Martin
Bocock, playing as forward and center, looked best in sinking the most diffi-
cult shots from the corners, and in work under the baskets. Captain Donald
Glenn and George Dewey paired up to make two fine guards and their
graduation will leave a vacancy which will be hard to fill. Sinclair Dewey,
our other Senior member of the squad, played in only one High School game,
but in this game he showed enough ability for us to see that the squad was
weakened by his absence. With the return of J. B. Bocock, james Steger
and Roswell Seagle and other squad members, we have reason to believe
that our basketball fortunes will be on the upgrade in the coming season.
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