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Seated: Standing: Not shown: Harry Hughes, Clarence Conner, T. J. Duncan, James Rose, Vernon Hinton, Charles Holston, Basil Bailey, David Chrisley, Pat Surratt. David Scott, Donald Dillon, Frank Farmer, Edwin Folden, Donald Malone, Richard Riftey, Richard Page, Mr. Raymond Cure. Paul Holston. Midkitf, Paul Miller, John T HE J. V. ' s, off to a late start, played two games. Radford beat them at Radford 36 to 0; and then when Radford returned the game, the J. V. ' s won 19 to 6, with a 60-yard run for a touchdown by Donald Malone being the feature attraction. The boys were coached by Fred Carrico, who has done a good job in getting these boys ready for the varsity next year. oage fifty-nine
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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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Around circle: Marvin Lester, Douglas Mabe, Dan Kegley, Fred Thrasher, Bates Pauley, Jim Collins, James Slaydon, (left to right) Jimmy Wainwright, R. A. Graham, John Owen, Oscar Thompson, Harry Silcox, Donald Center: Malone, Trigg James, Jimmy Lowman. ( left to right) Mr. Raymond Cure, Sammy Lowman, Donald Scott. Not shown: John Lyons, A. B. Boadwine. T HE team was composed of three lettermen, Sammy Lowman, Bates Pauley, and James Slaydon with four other players from the season before. Harry Silcox, Doug Mabe, Don Malone, R. A. Graham, Jimmy Wainwright, and John Owen came up from last year ' s junior varsity and showed up well. Sammy Lowman was captain of the team until he left school. James Slaydon then took over the Orioles to lead with outstanding ability. The Orioles were invited to the Class B Tournament at William Fleming on the 2nd and 3rd of March. They won the first game against Schoolfield, but were defeated by William Fleming and Radford, which left them a rank of fourth best team for this district. The team played a clean, sporting season, and we were proud to have them represent our school. Date Opponent Score Date Opponent Score We They We They Jan. 1 1 Jackson Memorial ( H ) . 38 1 1 Feb. 16 Marion (H) 29 21 Jan. 12 Sylvatus (H) . 40 15 Feb. 20 Bland (H) 45 22 Jan. 16 Marion (T) . . 22 28 Feb. 23 Narrows (T) 47 33 Jan. 18 Christiansburg (H) 33 29 Feb. 27 Fleming (T) .27 54 Jan. 23 Fleming (H) . 23 36 Tournament Jan. 26 Radford (T) . 26 30 Mar. 2 Schoolfield .51 31 Jan. 30 Christiansburg (T) 30 51 Mar. 3 Fleming . . . 31 47 Feb. 6 Narrows (H) 38 13 Mar. 3 Radford 38 30 Feb. 13 Radford (T) . 23 30 541 481 page sixty
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