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Le'FT To righT: Coach Long, Co-CapTlns N. D. Arfrip and " Bow" Haislip. and AssisTanT Coach Russell.
NDER The capable leadership oT Coach J. Ward Long and AssisTanT Coach Jaclc
Russell, The sporTs deparTmenT began immediaTely To show promise oT having
one oT The besT records in many years.
Things sTarTed OTT righT wiTh a TooTloall Team ThaT losT only Two games. Good
TuTure maTerial was also evidenT in The less-publicized Junior VarsiTy, which provided
The Orioles wiTh plenTy oT compeTiTion in scrimmage.
The brighT ouTloolc conTinued inTo The l:aslceTloall season. which, despiTe Trans-
porTaTion diTTiculTies and an alobreviaTed schedule, noT To menTion The loss oT AssisTanT
Coach Russell To The armed Torces, was The besT in many years. The J.V.'s and The
Girls' VarsiTy were also Torced To shorTen Their schedules. buT They played very well
in The Tew games in which They parTicipaTed. T
While we are on The sporTs deparTmenT leT us noT TorgeT our Tine Gym, and The
able guidance oT Mr. Long in This deparTmenT. Also worThy oT menTion is The inTra-
mural schedule of The girls, The purpose oT which was To make up Tor The laclc OT a
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VERY Wednesday morning again music could be heard Tlowing in sweeT measures around The school-
Tor ThaT was The pracTice Time oT The younger generaTion OT songsTers aT P.H.S. This is The Junior Glee
Club, The musical minded Freshmen and Sophomores,whose number was so greaT This year ThaT a new club
had To be Tormed Tor Them.
Mrs. Farris ably led This group which ouTnumbered even The Senior Club by having a membership
oT over IOO.
WiTh The Senior Club They were insTrumenTal in helping wiTh The Spring Carnival: Tor They, Too, sang
a Tew numbers Tor The enTerTainmenT oT Their lisTeners.
They chose wide-awake oTTicers in Mildred Elkins. presidenT: Helen Landis, vice-presidenT1 CaTherine
HinTon, corresponding secreTaryg Freda Webb, recording secreTary: Lois BraTTon, Treasurer: BeTTy Ann Hall,
librarian: and accompanisT. Hilda MerediTh, who kepT The club on iTs Toes ThroughouT The year.
Mary Lee Byrd
Annie Grace Black
XGE IORTY SEVEN
Mary Clare DaugherTy
BeTTy Jo Hanks
Mary Lou Hillman
Mary Louise James
BeTTy Lou Vickers
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Firs+ row: Ulysses Hull, Herman MaTheney, Fred Alley, N. D, ArTrip, "Bow" Haislip, Dick Hardy, Bob STevens. Wes-
ley Vaughan, Jack Caldwell, AlTred Mundy.
Second row: Coach Long, BaTes Pauley, Don Coordes, Von Moody, Manson Gilliam, Bill Miller, Frank Newsome, Frank
Moore, Carl SmiTh, Gray Farmer, CurTis Jordon, Coach Russell.
Third row: J. E. Hale, R. A. Graham, Calvin Hall, Dow Owens, Bruce CarTier, HousTon DalTon, Douglas Crowell,
Hencil Hawkins, Tom Harrell. '
ROSPECTS were brighT as The P.H.S. Orioles began pracTice shorTly beTore school
opened. Those prospecTs became a vivid realiTy. A large group oT boys appeared
Tor The TirsT pracTice, among which were six leTTermen augmenTed by lasT year's Junior
VarsiTy, oThers Trom' Teams oT previous years and several newcomers. From The mass
OT creaking ioinTs and sore limbs broughT abouT by This and The Tollowing early prac-
Tices, Coaches Long and Russell developed a smooTh working and eTTicienT TooTball
E FORTY-NI N E
DespiTe a deTeaT aT The hands OT The lviarTinsville Bulldogs in The season's opener,
The Orioles, under The leadership oT Co-CapTains ArTrip and Haislip conTinued un-
daunTed in a season which included numerous brillianT vicTories and only one oTher
loss. This Tine season was capped by a I4-6 vicTory over Their arch-rival, WyTheville:
This gained Tor Them The prized vicTory cup Tor The nexT year.
Many of our players have been or will be losT eiTher in graduaTing or To The
armed Torces. We are conTidenT ThaT Those who Take Their places will carry on To
VicTory Tor P.H.S. 1
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