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Page 61 text:
Front to back: Catherine Hinton, Lila Sutphin, Sabra Humphrey, Eleanor Hall, Betty Ann Hall. Sarah Tice, Mildred Elkins, Miss Elna Spradlin. R EPRESENTATIVE of athletic activities among the feminine sex of P. H. S. is the Girls ' Monogram Club. Organized several years ago, it has continued to maintain a guiding influence in all sport circles and has set itself as a goal eagerly sought for by girl sports leaders. Its officers are as follows: president, Catchy Hinton; vice-president, Lila Sutphin; secretary, Sabra Humphrey; treasurer, Eleanor Hall; sergeant at arms, Betty Ann Hall. Miss Elna Spradlin is the able sponsor of this organization. Always prominent in school affairs, the club this year sponsored the election of cheer leaders, as well as taking care of many duties incident to, and part of, every football and basketball game. Their ideas, suggestions, and willingness to help, also contributed largely to the success of all social events during the year. page fifty-seven
Page 60 text:
Front to back: Not shown: Carl Smith, Bates Pauley, Marvin Lester, Sammy Lowman, John Owen, James Slaydon, Jim Collins, Garland Surber, Mr. Raymond Cure. R. A. Graham, Curtis Jordon. S TARTING the year well with nine members, the Boys’ Monogram Club soon got under way with Coach Cure as sponsor. Carl Smith was elected president, R. A. Graham, vice-president, and Bates Pauley, secretary and treasurer. The club was representative of the boys who had been awarded the varsity " P " for participation in one of the major sports. Fifteen new members were added at the close of the football season. The purpose of the Monogram Club is to forward athletics and sportsmanship in Pulaski High School. We have reason to believe that these athletes will continue to uphold high stand- ards of honor and good sportsmanship in the future just as they have in the past. page fifty-six
Page 62 text:
Seated: Second row: Not shown: Jimmy Wainwright, Ben Lake Cntzer, Carlton Tester, Johnny Rollins, Bobby Hufford, Bates Pauley, Gene Coltrane, Bill Hutton, Oscar Thompson, John Owens, James Slaydon, Charles Stafford. Ned Knode, Marvin Lester, Doug Williams, Carlyle Linkous, Bill Allison, R. A. Graham, Carl Smith, Otis Quesenberry, Sonny Seagle, Sammy Lowman, Mr. Raymond Cure. Curtis Jordon, Dan Kegley, Rush Andrews, Kenneth Knode. ( )N August 25, Pulaski High started football practice for the season of 1944. ' s — With 44 boys out, there were only 4 returning as lettermen. The prospects looked good and Coach Raymond Cure was looking forward to a successful season. The team was led by Bates Pauley, who played center. Winning 5 out of 8 games gave Pulaski a successful season compared with the season of 1943. Although the trophy was lost to Wytheville High, the team showed fine sports- manship through the entire season. The team as a whole played well, and much to Coach Raymond Cure. Date Opponent Score We They Sept. 15 Dublin (H) 25 0 Sept. 23 Christiansburg (T) 0 26 Sept. 29 Radford (HI 7 6 Oct. 6 Wytheville ( T ) 6 12 Oct. 13 Narrows (H) 14 6 Oct. 20 Open Oct. 27 Marion (H) 19 0 Nov. 4 Pearisburg (T) 19 6 Nov. 1 1 Wytheville (H) 18 19 108 75 page fifty-eight
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