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Page 11 text:
The Clhristinas Dance marked the
According to every other photo in this book the 1964 school year was a clear
and sunshiny one. Not so! Hle had our rainy days, too.
Sixty-five per cent of the '64 seniors were college bound,
so College Day was important to most of us. Here, Miss
Ann Sugg from Duke talks to interested students.
beginning ol the Clliristnias season
at Senior High.
Honieconiing, the high point ol' the lootball season, next
to the chanipionship gaine. was the night to renienilmei'
especially lor these girls. On the laces ol' Ginger, Qlackie,
and llarbara we can see the eniotions ol the nioinent and
ol' the year.
Page 10 text:
Miss Murk's senior English class stopped work early for i
Clliristmus and sang carols the day before the holidays. l
Team spirit and desire and pride were evident in all our 1
teznns, win or lose. I
Don, Bruce, and kliin were our own Kingston Trio and
the hoolenzinny was big at Senior High.
Page 12 text:
The men who compose our coaching staff are
not only good coaches but nice fellows. The ease
with which they work together has paid off in a
unified athletic program at Senior High and a
string of state championships. Athletics is their
first love, and they sometimes seem to go at it
like kids in a sandlot baseball game. However,
the job ol' building a winning team or really any
kind of team is one requiring long hours, hard
Coach Carpenter and his star quarterback, Chris Junior,
work out before 1'00tCl's Kitty, Ann, and Mrs. Carpenter.
work, and an abundance of patience. Because of
the devotion of these men not only in building
outstanding teams for Senior High but also in
making line young men of their players, we grate-
fully dedicate the l964 HI-NOC-AR to Coaches
C. V. Lundy, Christopher A. Carpenter, Dudley
YVhitley, Henry Trevathan, John Stott, and Don
Coaching isn't his only job. YVith a book in his hand
and a grin on his lace, Coach VVhitley leads his classes
through the history ol' the world.
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Perhaps Coach Lundy is wondering just how much of Mrs. Lundy's mashed potatoes will be required to fill Jerry.
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