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Page 77 text:
Qriolette Jayvees - - -
Sfandinqz Miss Groom, Doris Mabe, Vivian RiTTey, Q-aynell Davidson, Mary Belle YelTon, and Mildred Davidson.
Kneeling: Judy Midkifl, RuTh Folden and Peggy Whilema
Squaws. ShuTTlebarger, lvlidkiTT, and Richardson
Tound The range Tor 2l, lo, and IO poinTs re-
The OrioleTTes dropped a hard buT vainly
ToughT 34-24 game To William Fleming. WiTh
Their high scoring capTain, Carle ShuTTlebarger,
unable To play, The girls were greaTly handi-
capped. Joan lv1idkiTT led The scoring parade
wiTh ll poinTs.
Behind The sharpshooTing oT lvlidkiTT and
ShuTTlebarger wiTh I5 and I3 poinTs, The Oriol-
eTTes Took a 35-2l vicTory Trom The Narrows girls
aT Narrows The Tollowing Friday.
l2adTord won a 33-I9 game Trom The Oriol-
eTTes aT RadTord. ShuTTlebarger, wiTh 8 poinTs,
wal high Tor Pulaski Tollowed closely by lvlidkiTT
The OrioleTTes dropped Their Tinal game
To Pearisburg 3l-lo, Thus losing a TournamenT
The OrioleTTes ended The season wiTh a
beTTer-Than-usual record oT 9 wins and 9 losses,
The Three highesT scorers Tor The year were
CapTain ShuTTlebarger, Joan MidkiTT, and BeTTy
Slack. The season was quiTe a success, and we
Teel They deserve whole-hearTed praise and re-
The OrioleTTe Jayvees, a new organizaTion,
was added To The girls' sporTing agenda This
year. The sTandouTs on The Team were Mary
Frances Askew, high scoring Torward, and Gay-
nell Davidson, an all-round player, doing well aT
boTh Torward and guard. CapTained by Mildred
Davidson, The Team played only Two games,
boTh wiTh RadTord, losing one and Tying The
oTher. We hope The experience gained This
year will help Their varsiTy play in TuTure years.
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The Pulaski I-ligh School girls were looking
Torward To a good season This year, having back
such regulars as CapTain Carle ShuiTlebarger,
her Twin sisTer Earle ShuTTIebarger, Joan Mid-
kiff, and Helen Baugh. 0Thers To see acTion
were Loraine Richardson, BeTTy Slack, Jewel
Black, ElizabeTh STooTs and a hosT oT oThers.
The Pulaski girls made Their '48 debuf by
Trouncing The FaculTy 45f3O wiTh CapTain Carle
ShuTTlebarger leading The scoring.
In Their second game, The OrioleTTes came
ouT on The shorT end oT a 3l-28 score wiTh Draper,
despiTe The eTTorTs oT C. Shuilflebarger and Mid-
Avenging Their previous loss, The OrioleTTes
eked ouT a 26-20 win in Their reTurn maTch wiTh
The Draper girls on The Pulaski courT.
William Fleming Trounced The OrioleTTes
SI-47 in a hard-ToughT game on The Roanokers'
courT The Tollowing week.
ATTer This close decision, The Pulaski girls
Took a 3I-2I game Trom The Narrows girls.
GIRLS BASKETBALL SCI-IEDULF '48
PULASKI OPPONENT PULASKI OPPONENT
45 Faculfy 30 9 Radford V I9
28 Draper 31 20 Pearisburg I7
26 Draper 20 I7 Fries 28
47 William Fleming 5I 4I ChrisTiansburg 28
3l Narrows 2l 49 Blacksburg 39
I9 ChrisTiansburg 38 24 William Fleming 34
29 Fries 53 35 Narrows 2I
34 Blacksburg 26 I9 Radford 33
35 WyTheviIle I6 Ib Pearisburg 3l
Being compleTely ouTclassed, The OrioleTTes
wenT down in deTeaT aT The hands oT The Chris-
Tiansburg girls, 38-l9.
Fries High School ran over The Pulaski girls
53-29 The Tollowing week. The mounTaineers
oT The Fries sexTeT were iusT Too much Tor The
The OrioIeTTes Took an easy game Trom
Blacksburg 34-26 behind The marksmanship oT
Joan MidkiTT who dropped in I3 poinTs.
In The nexT game, WyTheville l'ligh's girls
were rouTed by The OrioleTTes 35-I6 wiTh BeTTy
Slack Taking scoring honors wiTh I3 poinTs.
The Tollowing week, The sTory was compleTely
changed when RadTord ran over The OrioleTTes
I9-9. No one could click Tor The Pulaski girls
and alThough RadTord did noT make so many
poinTs, iT was all ThaT was required.
Edging by Pearisburg in The Third quarTer,
The OrioleTTes won a 20-I7 decision Trom The
Red DevileTTes. Carle ShuTTlebarger. as usual,
led her Team by looping in 6 Tield goals and a
chariTy Toss Tor a I3 poinT ToTal.
DespiTe The valianT eTTorTs oT Joan ivIidkiTT
wiTh ll poinTs, The Pulaski girls losT To a rough
Fries ouTTiT 28-I7 in The Fries gym.
GeTTing back in The winning column, The
OrioleTTes Took Their nexT game Trom ChrisTians-
burg 4l-28. Carle ShuTTlebarger hif her peak
Tor The season by swishing The neT Tor 23 poinTs.
Keeping Their sTride, The Pulaski girls copped
The Tollowing game 49.39 Trom BIacksburg's
DOWNEY CRIMES E. Sl-IUFFLEBARGER
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O O O
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
EVELYN SORRELL ALAN GROSECLOSE
EVELYN HALL CARL FOLEY
VERA wlmeo CHARLES WALLS
MARY CLARE DUNLAP BOBBY CRUISE
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