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YOUR LOYAL AND 6CYS ' VARSITY BASKETBALL First Row: Jack Caldwell, Bow ' Haislip, Kenneth Farmer, Hencil Ftawkins, Buddy Kegley. Second Row: Von Moody, George Gerberich, Franklin Newsome, Bill Miller, Bill Groseclose. Third Row: Barton Case, manager: Augustus Rauner, Mr. Long, coach. The transportation difficulty reared its ugly head and various means of travel were hunted with growing aversion for those bothersome Japs. " George Gerberich, the first base captain, resumed his last year ' s stand. The line-up for the 42 season brought forth: Slick Tench at second base; Hencil Hawkins, short stop: Popeye ' Farmer, third base and outfield; Benny Webb, mainstay of the mound; Hez Malone, an outfielder, behind the bat. Outfielders George Rash, Don Coordes and Douglas Aust expected an active season; as well as fielders Glenn Aust, Ralph Gemmeli and Bates Pauley, who awaited their turns at the pitching box. Carl Smith and Don Coordes stood by as reserve catchers. Additional players whose only handicap was inexperience were: Randolph Crockett, Billy Richardson, Douglas Crowell, David James, Jimmy Jones and French Harris. In bringing this account of sports here at P. H. S. for the past year to a close, it may be said that the obviousness and assurance of sportsmanship and animated playing were never lacking in a grand year of athletics. May sports at Pulaski High School always be as spirited. PAGE FIFTY-FOUR
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Our Coaches MISS JEAN BUNDY and MR. J. WARD LONG The active and energetic J. V. ' s were lead by Captain Douglas Aust and supported by Charles Watts, Alec Haller, Harrell Tester, Sam Lowman, Bates Pauley, Stephen Roustio, Charles Hiltzeimer, David James, Randolph Crockett and Billy Richardson. Their games with Radford, Marion and Christiansburg displayed promise for these younger basketball athletes. Basketball letters were awarded to the first string varsity line-up and to Jack Caldwell, Bill Groseclose, Barton Case, Manager; and to Carl Smith, J. V. manager. The cheerleaders, enthusiastic, energetic, did themselves proud ' throughout the athletic year at the home of the Orange and Black with their clever methods of leading cheers. They not only had a yell for the home lads and lassies, but before the echo of that yell died they were on their toes with one for the visitors. A handshake is deserved by the able head-cheerleader, R uff y ’ Ryan, and her animated assistants, Catherine Hinton, Dewitt Creger, Tiny " Edwards and Frank Akers. Miss Jean Bundy, an alumna of Madison College, and Coach Ward Long, a graduate of Bridgewater College, led the year ' s sports. Mr. Long, who managed football from 34- 38 and actively indulged in basketball and baseball at his " Alma Mater, " found his first year a successful and pleasant one. Miss Bundy encountered a rush of feminine joy over her coaching of the year ' s Girls ' basketball team. During college she took part in hockey, tennis, basketball, swimming and majored in mathe- matics and physical education. Early in the season baseball promised to have a lively schedule with anticipated contests againsi last year ' s bitter rivals, Dublin and Draper, with other games against Radford, Narrows, and probably Hillsville. PAGE FIFTY-THREE
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BATTLING " Pali that kail” . BASKETEERS . " Make, that Qaal” S A spectator in the high school gymnasium during basketball season, you no doubt found upon departing from a game that you still possessed two good ear drums even though the above remarks " had beat upon them with no uncertain force during some of the contests between the fairer sex. " These merry basketeers, led by the capable and enthusiastic co-captains, Mary K. Ryan and Frances Adair, rode out upon the floor gallantly at the beginning of each of their contests. Smiles, confidence, faith and high morale covered the faces of these spirited lassies. Then came the awaited whistle of the referee, a toss of the coin, and all-out-victory " was waged. Each game afforded them four more quarters in which to attain the things they practiced so faithfully day after day under the watchful eye of Miss Jean Bundy, who ably taught them the skills of the game. She smiled with them through their victories and encouraged them during their defeats. At a glance one could detect the look of sportsmanship, character, all-out-for-victory, sense of humor, and the spirit of fair play they displayed. These qualities will be a part of them not for just today, but for tomorrow as well. Each teammate, whether a " regular, a reserve, or an all-time bench warmer sought glory and victory not for herself alone. Rather, it was the glory of their school reflected in them that they considered uppermost. Whether you saw a player on the floor, on the bench, or part time on either, do not think that one filled a larger place than another. It was the faithful interest of the " newer hands " as well GIRLS ' BASKETBALL First Row Kneeling: Ellen Eskridge, Jean Ann Hogg, Frances Adair, Mary Katherine Ryan, Tiny Edwards, Donna Smith, Helen Jordan. Second Row: Nancy Edwards, Elizabeth Howard, Joyce Hill, Margaret Hudson, Elizabeth Turner, Carolyn Harvey, Patsy Whitaker, Lois Kegley, Thelma Turner. Third Row: Jackie Seagle, manager; Colleen Williams, Harriat Sutphin, Miss Jean Bundy, coach; Bobby Graham, Sue Carper, Alma June Collins, assistant manager. PAGE FIFTY-FIVE
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