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SPORTERS OF Hltletei.? Ij L, beieloin Onei! y ND salesmen, too! Who could ask for prompter service than to be hit- — - presto! — between the eyes by a bar of candy, a bag of peanuts, or a package of gum that was tossed from top to bottom of the football stadium at each game this season? Should one happen to wonder who was behind this " dead-aim " arm, he was certainly not surprised to know it belonged to a Monogram Girl, because this club is representative of the " seasonal " girl athletes of our school. The " master- mind " behind all of this activity was Miss Jean Bundy, sponsor. Each year the members find it sporting fun to " goat " the new pledges to their club. They are proud that so many have reached this high an athletic level. Their activities are comprised of social ones, gay ones and those of more serious nature — such as keeping their treasury reading on the right side of the ledger. This year their greatest privilege was to assist in erecting a plaque in memory of an ex-coach, John Davidson. The life he lived with us is truly serving as an " idyllic pattern " for each member of this club. Because of the small membership, each wearer of the " P " held an office. Mary Katherine Ryan was president; with Helen Jordan assisting as vice-president. Frances Adair was secretary; Reba Heck, sergeant-at-arms; and " Libby " Turner was their student council representative. Jane Ann Hogg balanced the budget as treasurer. GIRLS ' MONOGRAM CLUB From Left to Right: Miss Bundy, sponsor; Frances Adair, Helen Jordan, ' Potts " Kegley, mascot; Jane Ann Hogg, Mary K. Ryan, Elizabeth Turner. PAGE FIFTY-SIX
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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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THE LETTER " P” E O Y S ' MONOGRAM CLUB First Row: " Bow " Haislip, Kenneth Farmer, George Gerberich, Buddy Kegley, Robert Mcore. Second Row: ’’Slick " Tench, Hez Malone, Douglas Aust, N. D. Artrip. Third Row: Coach J, Ward Long, Bill Miller, Ohmer Crowell, Ralph Gemmell. 7hE Boys ' Monogram Club was organized at the close of the football season and " was representative of the boys who had been awarded the varsity " P " for participation in one of the major sports. The requirements for entrance to this club were: The acceptance of an invitation, maintaining and upholding the code of sportsmanship, continued conduct as a gentleman, and carrying out their school duties. Failure to meet these requirements resulted in expulsion from the club. The members acted as ushers at the basketball games at which they sold candy and soft drinks. They also raised money by a monthly colle ction of dues from which they bought each senior member a varsity monogram sweater. At graduation, a trophy was presented to the outstanding graduating athlete. These activities were sponsored by the energetic Mr. J. Ward Long. The officers elected were: " Bow " Haislip, president; George Gerberich, vice- president; " Popeye " Farmer, secretary; and " Buddy " Kegley, treasurer. PAGE FIFTY-SEVEN
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