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Cheerleaders Our games would lack much of the color and excitement without the precision, vitality and spirit of our cheerleaders. Top: Beverly Pierce, Patsy Amburn, Barbara Warner and Ann Millirons. Bottom: Ann Padgett, Barbara Mannings and Mickey Snead. Majorettes Here come the majorettes! High steeping, heads erect, twirling their batons. Pulaski is proud of them. Left to right: Bonnie Grubb, Louise Kitts, and Carolyn Hale. Peggy Rash, Shirley Davidson, Ramona Kanode Mary Anne Jennings sixty-one
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First row: Eugene Turpin, Eddie Lester, Bobby Umberger, Jimmy Smith, Ronald Caviness, Paul Ferguson, Kyle Runyon, Eddy Haga, Stuart Lane, Butch Patton, Harold Babbs, Harold Stout. Second row: Coach Hoback, Bill Ross, Sherman Quesenberry, John Linkous, Daivd Jonas, Bill Waller, Fred Hall, Clyde Bratton, Dennis Grubb, Duane Duncan, Gene French, Kenneth Ashley, Harold Craig, Ross Meredith, Jimmy Harrell. Third row: Jimmy Rumley, Harold Crowder, Billy Hickam, Richard Mitchell, Donnie Hawkins, Mason Vaughn, Tex Boggs, Wilbur Huff, E. K. Williams, John Jackson, Tommy Conner, Doug Hansen, J. R. Schrader, Wayne King. Coach Hoback ' s green but eager J. V. gridironers rolled up an impressive 6-2 overall record for the 1953 season. This should show the followers of P. H. S. that in years to come the future football of Pulaski will be in good hands. One of their most impressing wins v as a victory over a highly polished Christiansburg Eleven. Strong legs proved no match for stubborn hearts as Pulaski walked off with a 29 to 0 victory. J. V. Footba Football 4 Pulaski ' s 1952 defending District VI and Quarter State Champions rC|t- took to the gridiron on September 10 to meet a highly rated Pearisburg V CJ I O I L j Eleven. They were led by Co-Captains, Doug Farmer and Doug Linkous. Fans, coaches, and sports writers watched with tense emotion as Pulaski puts its title at stake. When the final whistle blew, fans sat in amazement as Pulaski, master of the split " T " , walked off with a startling 33 to 0 victory. Quickly everyone began to chant, " Repeat without defeat. " However, on October 26 the fighting Pulaski Orioles fell before a strong Fleming Eleven 27 to 7. Great as the disappointment may have been, we look back on the 1952 campaign as a job well done. The high flying Orioles marked up an 8-2 overall record and an 8-1 district record. This was good enough to wrap up second place honors in the league. The small but aggressive team came out with outstanding victories over Christiansburg, Martins- ville, Pearisburg, Blacksburg, Radford, Dublin. Wytheville, and Narrows. Trophies of the Dublin, Radford and Wytheville games now reside at Pulaski High School. We They We They 33 0 Narrows 41 13 Christiansburg 26 0 Fleming 7 27 Martinsville 27 13 Dublin 44 6 49 0 0 25 Radford 39 12 Wytheville 25 0 sixty
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Boys Varsity Basketball First row: Rodney Runion, Charles Tickle, C. L. Young Doug Malone, Jack Via, Ralph Duncan. Second row: Kyle Runion, Tommy Farmer, Alfred Baugh, Jimmy Slate, Bill Waller, Bill Newman, Curtis Meredith, M. B. Perfater, Coach Gene Hoback. The point producers of the hardwood of P. H. S. had five returning lettermen from the 1952 cam- paign. Led by Captain Doug Malone, C. L. Young, Charles Tickle, Ralph Duncan, and Rodney Runion, the Orioles finished their season with an 8-9 district record, and 8-10 overall standing. Pulaski ' s cage team barley missed a bid to the District Six Tournament held annually at V. P. I. by losing a heartbreaking game to Fries, defending District Six Champs, 63 to 58. The team showed great determination under Coach Gene Hoback ' s guidance. This year has given the hard working boys a lot of valuable experience. Several promising ballplayers were developed by Coach Hoback and a fine team is forecast for next year ' s team. Fries They 46 We 53 Christiansburg They 59 We 69 Alumni 58 57 Narrows 66 64 Pearisburg 44 72 Christiansburg 38 78 39 60 Martinsville 61 52 Blacksburg 56 55 Pearisburg 58 83 Fieldale 47 73 Wytheville 47 56 Martinsville 68 45 Radtord 69 43 65 53 Fries 62 58 Narrows 53 35 sixty-two
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