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Page 65 text:
when Jimmy BrillharT raced 3l yards Tor a Dub-
BrillharT and Sumner combined Their TalenTs
To Tie The game l4fl4 and end The scoring.
ln Galax The Tollowing week, on a muddy
Tield, Pulaski again worked hard only To gain a
Pulaski had many "golden" opporTuniTies To
cross The goal line buT Tailed when They needed
iT mosT. Dean TesTer scored The lone Touch-
down on a I2-yard pass Trom Don Carper. Mud
and waTer hampered The hard-charging lines and
The running oT The backs, Thus slowing boTh
Teams and keeping The score down.
To close ouT The season, The Orioles Traveled
To WyTheville To meeT The highly-TalenTed Ma-
roons. From The TirsT whisTle To The end oT The
game, Pulaski puT up a valianT TighT, buT were
overpowered by The WyTheville machine which
rolled over The Orioles 4leO.
Along The line Pulaski held a slighT edge in
The line play all Through The game buT The Ori-
ole pass-deTense was caughl napping Time aTTer
Time as The Maroons rolled To a decisive vicTory.
In TribuTe To The unTiring TaiThTulness oT our
lConTinued on Page 63l
Junior Varsity Football
The Junior VarsiTy oT Pulaski High School
played six TooTball games, winning Tive and los-
ing only one To a much larger WyTheville eleven.
The Baby Orioles scored 95 poinTs while limiTing
Their opponenTs To only 37. The boys, mosrly
Treshmen and sophomores, showed good sporTs-
manship and in The nexT Tew years will be a
COACH BILL PLANT COACH VIC KREITER
greaT asseT To The varsiTy squad. The Team was
led by co-capTains James l?adTord, who played
cenTer oursrandingly. and Sammy Morris, a,
Tlashy Treshman halfback. Their play was high-
lighred by The back's TasT running, and hard
blocking and Tackling all The way Through. These
are our TuTure varsiTy sTars - Keep up The good
Kneeling in fronfg Co Laplains barn Morris and James RadTord.
Firsi row: James Jonas, Jack Duncan, Bob Lynch, C ll Cardin, John Thrasher, Bill Gravlev, William Lelfwich, Doug
Farmer, Tommy Wilson, Harvey Cook.
Second row: Coach Bill Tale, larry Morris, Bob Welch, D q Keqley, Carl Hughefl, Charlie King, Bruce Schrader, "Bunny"
WhiTc, Duane Kesslinq, Tommy Mabe.
Third row: Jimmy Hughes, Clinfon Owens, Joe Turner, Bill Blankenship, Leroy Waddell, John Sulphin, "Snooks" Sanders,
Wayne Mabry, Billy Musser, Charles Allison.
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Page 66 text:
Sealed: Doug Brallon, Ezra Quesenberry, Buddy Vv'irl Dean Trtsler, Frank Ouesenberry.
Slanding: Perry Wilson, Fred Gregory, Doug Divers, Mark Ferguson, Ray Swain, Bill Blanlrr-nship, George, Bauqh,
fialefeff . . .
As lhe boys' baslelball season rolled around
'rhe new coach had a problem ol which boys in
lhelarge number of candidales would make lhe
learn. The varsily was made up ol Caplain
Buddy Wirl, along wilh live olher boys: Doug
Divers, Ivlarlc Ferguson, Dean Tesler, Raymond
Swain and Doug Brallon. Olher boys lo malce
lhe leam were: Fred Gregory, Franlf Ouesen-
berry, George Baugh, Ezra Ouesenberry, Bill
Blankenship, and Perry Wilson.
The Orioles slarled oul wilh an impressive
win over lhe Iacully alumni, 65 Io 43. Using a
lhree leam syslem, lhe boys wore down lhe
older men wilh every one on lhe squad scoring.
Playing in lhe small Draper gym, lhe Orioles
bear lhe Blue Devils 57 lo 49. The score was
close all lhe way as Doug Divers was lops in
lhe scoring column wilh I9 poinls.
Playing lheir Iirsl dislricl game, Ihe Birdf
men Ihrew up a lighr defense and a deliberale
ollense lo win a Iow scoring conlesr lrom Wil-
liam Fleming, 29-24. Again Doug Divers was
rlfli' .wi 1 ljl-I u ri
high man wilh 9 poinls, and Caplain Buddy Wirl
second wilh 6.
The Orioles Iosl lheir lirsl game lo an age
gressive Fieldale live, 32-26. Doug Divers and
Mark Ferguson led lhe Oriole scoring wilh 6
apiece, while Caplain Wirl had 5.
The Orioles had a brealher Tuesday nighl
by Ialring Draper 52 lo 34. The leam was paced
by Caplain Buddy Wirl and Doug Divers wilh
I2 poinls each. Dean Te-sler, wilh IO poinls,
was runner up in lhe poinl gelling division as The
whole leam played oulslandingly.
On a Iwo day road lrip lo lhe Soulheaslern
lip ol The dislricl, lhe Orioles engaged Marlins'
ville Friday nighl and lhe Fieldale Ouinl on Sale
urday nighl. lnabilily lo hil Ioul shols cosls lhe
local Ouinlel a viclory over Ihe Bulldogs. Sinlcf
ing none for I3 Iouls, Coach PIanl's leam Iosl
a lough 57-50 decision. lvlarlc Ferguson was lhe
chief poinl malcer wilh I4, while Dean Tesler and
Doug Divers were a close second wilh L2.
The following nighl Fieldale won a relurn
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