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DOUG DIVERS, T. B. - - - Scalback, Iriple Ihrealr
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ROY TURMAN. L. T. - - - Blocker, improving
BERNARD I-IARRIMAN, R. E - - - Slasher, hard charger
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AugusT 25, l948, saw Head Coach Vic
KreiTer and his assisTanT, Bill PlanT, open a new
regime in The annals oT Pulaski High AThleTics.
EighT leTTermen Tormed The nucleus oT The TooT-
ball squad. ATTer Three weeks oT hard work The
Orioles opened Their season SepTember l7Th aT
ChrisTiansburg and were duly rewarded wiTh a
I2-6 vicTory over The Demons.
The Tollowing week, The Birdmen Took on a
highly TouTed MarTinsville eleven aT CalTee Park.
The MarTinsville TooTball machine roared To a
decisive 40 To 6 vicTory. Pulaski's lone Touch-
down came in The Tinal period when Mark Fer-
guson Took a pass on The end zone Trom Dean
Carper. The Bulldogs were iusT Too powerTul
and had Too much TalenT Tor The Orioles To
Playing The Tavored Indians Trom Blacksburg,
The injury-riddled Pulaski eleven losT a hearT-
breaker in The Tinal period, I3-7. ATTer a nip
and Tuck baTTle The halT ended wiTh The Orange
and Black leading by one poinT, 7-6. Carper
scored The T. D. and passed To Mark Ferguson
Tor The exTra poinT. ThaT one poinT looked big
enough Tor a vicTory unTil The waning minuTes oT
The ball game when The Indians crossed The dou-
ble sTrip To spell deTeaT Tor The Orioles.
The nexT Friday The RadTord High BobcaTs
invaded CalTee Park To hand The home Town
boys Their Third sTraighT seTback. Playing an in-
spired game, The Orioles did everyThing buT de-
Kneelinq in front: Managers ---- Sam Downey and Donnie Phibbs.
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TeaT The BobcaTs by ouTplaying Them, boTh on
oTTense and deTense. Doug Divers was The ouT-
sTanding back on The Tield as he broke loose sev-
eral Times Tor long gains. The enTire line ouT-
played The opposiTion as did The backs wifh Their
hard running blocking and Tackling. IT was an-
oTher hearT-breaking deTeaT wiTh Radltord edg-
ing Pulaski l2 To 7.
The Orioles hiT Their winning ways by Thor-
oughly Trouncing The Tavored Narrows Green
Wave I9 To 6. The home Town Tolks saw The
Orioles Tinally musTering Their ground gains wiTh
The aerial aTTack To puT on The besT show oT Their
campaign. All The scoring was done by The
ends, as Buddy WirT scored Twice and Mark
Ferguson once and also kicked The only exTra
poinT oT The game. IT was The case oT The Team
being "up" Tor The conTesT and knocked Nar-
rows ouT oT The running Tor DisTricT honors.
Traveling To Fleming, The Orioles Tound The
going Tough by coming up on The shorT end oT
a I2-O counT. The Birdmen couldn'T geT rolling
and never could Tind The power Tor a scoring
Back aT home on The Tollowing week end,
Pulaski and Dublin locked horns in whaT was
probably The besT played game oT The year.
Pulaski gained TirsT blood when Ii+Tle Fzra
Ouesenberry scored. Ferguson booTed The poinT
and Pulaski led 7-O.
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Furs? row: van owers, i es er, i Inq, wen CapT. Don Mabry, Roy Turrnan, Prod Crrs-gory, Mark Ferguson
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Second row: Coach Vic Krcifer, Dori PraTT, Doug Divers, Doug Nunn, Dean Tesler, Baden STamrners, Bernie Harriman, George
Bau h Sonn LesTer Dean Car er Bob Dunna an Donald Harrell Sam Morris Coach Bill Planl.
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Newsome, Russell Slaydon, Bruce Schrader, Jimmy Mabry, Richard Alley, John SuTphin, Basil Albert
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