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ixmIi] t ja LetlatL t First row: Wiley Hillman, Harry Byrd Humphrey, Alex Haller, Sammy Lowman, Bates Pauley. Second row: Bruce Cartier, Jim Collins, Fred Thrasher, Mr. Raymond Cure, David James, Bill Richardson, Donald Scott, f (Absen: when picture was taken: Marvin Lester, John Lyons, James Slaydon.) )ETERMINED that they would live up to the fine basketball records of other years, the Orioles began practice early in December. Coach Raymond Cure rapidly shaped his charges into a smooth working combination. Captained by Alex Haller, only returning letterman, the Orioles played their first game January 7, against an independent fast alumni five. Handicapped by lack of experience, the Orioles nevertheless showed an aggressive spirit and the best of good sportsmanship which soon led to their entrance into the win column. Coach Cure had many excellent reserves besides his starting line-up and frequently sub- stituted them into the games. Finally getting the winning spark, the Orioles won their last seven games ending the com petitive season with ten wins and four losses. On the basis of this outstanding record the Orioles received an invitation to the Class B Tournament in Radford the 3rd and 4th of March. Again this year we are proud of our Basketball Team and of the clean, sporting way in which they played. May they always represent our school so well! BOYS ' VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Date Opponent We They Date Opponent We They Jan. 7 George Gerberich . . . . ... 27 23 Feb. 4 Narrows 27 25 Jan. 1 1 William Fleming . . . . 32 43 Feb. 8 Christiansbur g 39 25 Jan. 17 Christiansburg . 28 30 Feb. 1 1 Radford 30 15 Jan. 21 Radford . . 26 20 Feb. 15 Draper 50 17 Jan. 25 Narrows . 39 21 Feb. 17 Marion 33 30 Jan. 28 Marion . . . . 19 26 Feb. 22 Dublin 45 17 Feb. 1 William Fleming . 24 28 Feb. 25 Glen Lyn 49 27 Totals 468 347 PAGE FIFTY-SIX
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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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Left to right: Bess Dalton, Colleen williams, Sabra Humphrey, June Thompson, Eleanor Hall, Joyce Hill, Ellen Eskridge, Lila Sutphin, Elizabeth Howard, Jean Clark, Mildred Elkins, Sara Virginia Tice. (Kneeling) Miss Spradlin, Lois Kegley, Sue Carper, Miss Coggiano. I HIS year Girls ' Basketball received much interest. Miss Luciel Coggiano and Miss Elna Spradlin, ' coaches, had a large group of girls from which to choose the varsity team. At the beginning of the season, approximately seventy-five girls tried out for the team with such enthusiasm that after the varsity team was selected the remaining girls were divided into intra- mural teams. Each intramural team was managed by two varsity girls. This system proved very successful and added much to the sport schedule. Although victories for the varsity team, captained by Joyce Hill and Ellen Eskridge, were few, the girls played with much enthusiasm and high spirits, and displayed excellent sportsmanship through- out the season. We are confident that the excellent sportsmanship, sense of fair play, and cooperation developed by these girls in their playing will be of value to them throughout their lives. Date Jan. 17 Opponent Christiansburg Score 39 Pulaski Score 13 Jan. 25 " Gremlins ' ' 22 Pulaski 19 Jan. 28 Marion 34 Pulaski 17 Feb. 8 22 Pulaski 10 Feb. 15 Draper 17 Pulaski 14 Feb. 17 Marion 40 Pulaski 21 Feb. 22 Dublin 4 Pulaski 14 Feb. 25 Glen Lyn 27 Pulaski 24 PAGE FIFTY-SEVEN
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