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SPORTS • • • ATHLETES OF P. H. S. year ' s sports displayed the true spirit of keen and eager competition backed by clean sportsmanship, determination, and the will to win or to go down fighting. The crowds that thronged to Calfee Park witnessed exhibitions of enthusiasm and vitality that roused their admiration and respect many times throughout the ac- tion-packed schedule of high-spirited Orioles. The phony idea that 1941 football at Pulaski High was to be without the usual stamina and forceful playing that this year ' s two lettermen team heaped upon its opponents by Blitzkrieg ' teamwork was soon proved wrong. They were led by Captain Guy Whitaker at guard and fellow wearer of the Pulaski " P, " " Bow’ Haislip, at end. Under the direction of newly arrived Coach J. Ward Long, the small, inexperienced, but agile team journeyed to its first clash of the the season on September twenty-six against the Martinsville Bulldogs. The starting line-up included: Bill Miller, left end: N. D. Artrip, left tackle: Fred Alley, left guard; George Gerberich, center; Guy Whitaker, right guard; Ralph Gemmell, right tackle; Bow Haislip, right end; Hencil Hawkins, quarterback; " Slick 1 Tench, left halfback; Popeye Farmer, right halfback; and Von Moody at the fullback position. At the end of the game even though the Orioles tried to bring their last minute drive to the pay dirt, the scoreboard registered 7-0 in favor of Martinsville. The following week at home, the Pulaski team took no chance of being " stymied " by the element of time. Early in the game with the Radford Bobcats they started to chalk up the final score of 20-0. On October eleventh, with the spirit of rivalry PAGE FIFTY •
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