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Page 56 text:
First row: Dick Miller, Jimmy Wainwright, Harold Tester, Francis Quesenberry, John Owen, R. A. Graham, Carl Smith, Bates Pauley, Jake Matheney, Bruce Cartier, Dow Owens, Wesley Vaughn, Alex Haller, Wiley Hillman, Potts Kegley, Eugene Smith, Emerson Knapp. Second row: Billy Owens, Donald Williams, Nick Carras, Bill Allison, Harry Byrd Humphrey, Charles Plunkett, Gene Coletrane, Bill Richardson, Jack Owen, Lyle Shufflebarger, Jimmy Lark, Curtis Jordan, Marvin Lester, Billy Sanders, Buddy King, Carlyle Linkous. Third row: Douglas Akers, Charles Stafford, Ben Lake Critzer, Bill Moody, Bill Baker, Mr. Cure, Trigg James, Bobby Painter, Kenneth Kanode, Buddy Ratcliffe. n co-tlall, . . X HILE the 1943-44 football team had only a fair record, winning 2, losing 4, and tying I, the ” ’ boys, however, are to be commended for their constant display of good sportsmanship. The boys began practice as usual the first of September. With only four lettermen back, the boys ' future looked dark. Then Coach Raymond Cure loomed over the horizon and with his patience and expert coaching, and determination on the part of the boys, a very formidable team was organized. The boys were hit hard during the season when Uncle Sam needed Co-Captains Bill Miller and Jake Matheney for his teams. Much excitement and rivalry was renewed with our games with Wytheville. This year two games were played and the scores were totaled determining the victor and winner of the victory cup. Pulaski beat Wytheville by a close 7-6 the first game and when we journeyed to Wytheville, the game ended in a 7-7 tie, thus giving the victory cup to Pulaski. If the boys in the future have the determination, courage and good sportsmanship of the boys of this year ' s team, our future teams will have the makings of a successful team. Oct. 1 Pulaski . . FOOTBALL 6 SCHEDULE Radford 19 Oct. 9 Pulaski . . 0 Narrows 6 Oct. 15 Pulaski . . 7 Wytheville 6 Oct. 29 Pulaski . . 12 Christiansburg 7 Nov. 5 Pulaski . . 0 Pearisburg 13 12 -9 Radford 26 Nov. 19 7 Wytheville 7 Total 51 84 PAGE FIFTY-FOUR
Page 55 text:
0 it £ t At o no ax am 1 C In ( First row: Charles Plunkett, R. A. Graham, Jimmy Lark, Wesley Vaughan, Alex Haller, Carl Smith, Bill Richard- son. Second row: Jim Collins, Curtis Jordan, Harry Humphrey, Bill Baker, Mr. Cure, Bates Pauley, Dow Owens, Dick Miller, Garland Surber, Bruce Cartier, John Owen. E VERY club has to have some purpose to merit its being; and " to forward athletics and sportsman- ship in Pulaski High School " is the outstanding purpose of the Boys ' Monogram Club. The organization includes all Pulaski High boys who have been awarded letters for outstanding athletic achievements, representing the three major sports: football, basketball, and baseball. The Boys ' Monogram Club began the year with only two old members, Bates Pauley and Wesley Vaughan, and with the loss of the former sponsor. Surmounting all these difficulties the club was reorganized soon after football season, these boys who had earned the letter " P " on last year’s basketball and baseball teams and those who had received them for service on this year ' s football team were invited into the organization. Fifteen new members were taken in after the usual initiation. The club was under the new and able sponsorship of Mr. Raymond Cure and the officers are: Wesley Vaughan, President; Bill Baker, Vice-President; Dow Owens, Secretary; Bates Pauley, Treasurer. PAGE FIFTY-THREE
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First row: Charles Plunkett. Second row: Donald Scott, Nick Carras, Donald Malone, Jim Carras, Dan Akers, Douglas Mabe, Jack Owens Don Duncan, Garland Surber, Marvin Lester. Third row: Curtis Jordon, Tommy Haller, Harry Silcox, Rudy French, Billy Owens, Bernard Harriman, Dicky Jones, Bobby Tester, Mr. Cure. HERE was much enthusiasm from a large number of boys over Junior Varsity Basketball this year. Despite transportation shortages, the team was able to play several games, which gave them much needed experience and showed that they had the spirit and ability, characteristic of Pulaski High School players. Although their victories were few, the boys played with excellent sportsmanship throughout the season. We feel sure that this experience and training will be invaluable to them as they take their places on the Varsity Squad next year. PACE FIFTY-FIVE
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