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Firsi' row: Lindy WhiTe, Bill Allison, Eugene SmiTh, Trigg James, John Owens, Bill Richardson. Bill Moody, Bob
PainTer, "PoTTs" Kegley, Bill Gregory.
Second row: Jim Wainwright Sam Lowman, Johnny Rollin. Benny Jones. Norman HampTon, Doug Caviness, Bud RaT-
cliiTe, Harold TesTer, Jack Owen, and Coach Russell.
Third row: Emerson Knapp. Dan Akers, Bill Baker. Jimmy Slaydon, Charles Midkiff.
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HEN AssisTanT Coach Jack Russell issued a call Tor Junior VarsiTy candidaTes
early in The season There was an enThusiasTic response Trom a large number
QT aspiranTs. This squad soon gained experience under The able TuToring oT Their coach.
AlThough The J.V.'s did noT have an opporTuniTy To play any regular games, They
proved Their worTh by providing spiriTed opposiTion Tor The VarsiTy in scrimmage.
They soon showed ThaT They had The abiliTy and The spiriT To Take Their places on The
VarsiTy squad nexT year.
ln The years To come mosT oT The J.V.'s will be on The VarsiTy eleven. When They
Talce To The Tield nexT year we know ThaT They will conTinue. boTh in vicTory and in
deTeaT, To show The spiriT and sporTsmanship ThaT Pulaski Teams have shown in The pasT.
Page 55 text:
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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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FirsT row: Bill Miller, Von Moody, Jack Caldwell, CapTain, Bow l-laislip, Franklin Newsome.
Second row: Carl SmiTh, Alex l-Taller, Hencil Hawkins, FrosTy AusT, TiTus Cox, Charles WaTTs, Coach Long.
l-lE brighT prospecTs ThaT we had seen realized in The TooTball season sTayed wiTh
The boys OT P.l-l.S. when The baskeTloall season neared. ShorTly beTOre The begin-
ning OT The season Ten candidaTes repOrTed Tor pracTice-six Trom lasT year's squad.
Three Trom The J.V.'s, and one newcomer. Under The guidance OT J. Ward Long They
soon began To show The Torm ThaT made Them one OT The mosT Tormidable Teams in
ln The TirsT game OT The season They showed Themselves as a sTrOng Team in
downing a TasT alumni Tive. These boys conTinued in winning Torm ThrOughOuT The
season, including in Their accomplishmenTs, a Thrilling lasT-minuTe deTeaT OT a big
ln spiTe OT war condiTiOns which cuT down The schedule a greaT deal, we were
able To have The disTricT class B TournamenT here March 5 and 6. Our baske+baII
players made Things compleTe by winning The TournamenT wifh successive vicTories
over Blacksburg and William Fleming. The TournamenT wenT OTT wiThouT a hiTch, and
our school received many cOmplimenTs On boTh The baskeTball Team and The way ThaT
The evenT was handled.
The only loss suTTered by our Team was in a posT-season game Tor The halT-sTaTe
championship. ATTer Trailing Tor mOsT OT The game Graham High OT BlueTield sank
Two quick baskeTs in The closing minuTes and succeeded in holding The Orioles To
only one in This Time.
We all have a righT TO be proud OT This Team ThaT represenTed P.l-l.S. so well
on The baske+baII Tloor.
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