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SouHuside's VARSITY FOOTBALL
feam swung info Hue I954 foofball sea-
son wiHu a promising opener, only fo be
lualfed by Hue surging opposifion from
Hue oHuer feams in Hue conference.
Souflusidels Green l"lorruefs, alfluougiu
l'uindered by Hue lack of pluysical sfrengflu
and experience. pul' forHu somefluing
Huaf everyone loves fo see-a scrapy,
never-say-die spirif. As Hue old saying
goes-no feam is made over-nigluf-
and our Team was no excepfion. Never-
Hueless, SouHuside's record is nofluing of
wluiciu we are asluamed.
Tlue drive and spiril' sl'uown on Hue
field were noi flue only evidences of a
greaf fearn, luowever. Sornefluing Hue
public never sees is Hue foil and luard-
FIRST TEAM First Row: R. Steward. P. Patchadlo, J. Taft, G. Johnson, E. Michaels - captain, A, Srnutn, D. Golden. Second Row: J
Rotlu, J. Burns, W. Blampied, E. Fleming.
sluip suffered on Hue pracfice field. Wiflu a goal sef and wiHu greaf deferrruinafion,
Hue feam sef forHu under Hue blazing sun of lafe summer and Hue bifing cold of winfer.
Wifhouf difficulfy we could falce eaclu man on Hue feam and give a good
accounf of lruim, buf sfanding oui above all Hue resf was Hue inperuefrable Edward
lvlicluaels. Slualcing off bumps and bruises, lvlicluaels fougluf luis way fo a firsf feam spof
on Hue All-Sfafe Team. l-lis reward also came in Hue form of a scluolarsluip.
Yes, if was a profifable year: for if sluowed fluaf even wluen we are down, we
are never ouf.
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First Row: R. Skelley, J. Trenery, J. Wilson, E. Romat, M.
Coveney, C. Whittord, V. Hargrove, R. Comfort. Second
Row: C. Bessone, E. Easton, S, Haner, M. Lott, S. L.
Mosier. N. Sheldon, S, Hagen, Miss Reynolds, J. Myers.
M. A. Bowman, P. Scopes, M, J. Faulkner, L. Viele, S.
Scopes, V. Montgomery, B. Tremaine. Third Row: A.
Martin, -M. Naylor, D, Logue, J, Dixon, S. Battisti, S.
Foulke, M. Coots, D. Wood, B. Kelley, J. Cotton. l. Hill,
C. Vunk, B. Snover, P. VonHendy. C. Bennett. Fourth
Row: L. Gilbert, S. Rumsey, J. Cruise. B. Eck, L. Fanning.
S. Deitzel, S. Whiting, J. Conklin, P. Yerg. S. Lawson, C.
Boyd, B. White, B. Somers, M. Costello, D. Rice. M.
Lewis. Fifth Row: A. Whipple, C. Lackner. J. Ranck, R.
Spillane, V. Yule, M. Monahan, C. Newbauer, M. Lelje
dahl, N. Byrd, C. Mimms, C. Sickles, S. Downs, P. Gay
A. Noonan. Sixth Row: E. Crittenden, M. Loveland. L
Wagner, E, Smith, M. Hitchcock, E. Johnson, J. Enyedy
N. Nelson, N. Wagner, N. Rubin, S. Haskins, C. Sheely
D. Carboni, D. Whemple. C. Carpenter. Seventh Row: A
Patrick, S. Bronson, P. Mclntosh, J. Ryan, D. Swimelar, R
Vanzile, B. Johnson, C. Shepherd, L. Dassance. J. Reiter
P. Garris, F. Lewis, R. Selly, K, Comtort. J. Fleming, C
Sawyer. Eighth Row: M. McCarthy, D. Fletcher, T. Lucas
B. Park, B. Suttern, B. Bates. P. Lewis, M. Orway, S.
Smith, J. VanDeventer, N. Lotstrom, S. Decker, L. Lot-
strom, M. Evans.
This year's CHEERLEADERS CLUB has been very ac-
tive. The idea ot a "Snack Bar" each Wednesday atter
school was taken over trom the Cheerleaders, and this
project proved very successtul. Selling pennants, cor-
sages, and programs by members ot the Cheerleaders
Club under the presidency ot Emily Romat tostered
school spirit by adding a spot ot green to the various
sport events. The Club has been under the supervision
ot a new advisor, Miss Reynolds.
Our pretty TWIRLERS entertained tootball crowds
with many tricky routines this year under the able lead-
ership ot Jeannette Spirithes. Perky new hats highlighted
their traditional green and white unitorms.
B. Starr, J. Hunt, N, Rice, captain: D. Bernard, J. Savey, J,
McClure, J. Spirithes. drum rnajorette. Mascot: D. Hunt.
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First Row: E. Fleming, R, Stewart
R. Manwarrng, J, C'ark, G. John
son, E. Michaels - co-captain, A
Smith, D. Golden, W, Blarnpred
R, Whiting. Second Row: J
Scherthauer, J. Sulrrvarr, R. Patch
adlo, J. Tatt, W. Lotus H. Marks
' W. Kendall, D, Sykes, 5. Bement
J. Strong, J. Lyons. Third Row
Coach Ted Casey, R. Shappee
Wrda, W. Ladd, P. Monahan, D
,Z 3 Padgett, J. Roth, J. Burns, As
A . w,' r sistant coach Tom Hurley.
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Junior Varsity Football
The tighting bugs ot the J. V. FOOTBALL squad gave Southside a bright
outlook on the tuture by making a very good showing in the '54 - '55 campaign.
As was the case with the Varsity, their great success should not be measured
in points but in ability gained.
Under the painstaking direction ot Coaches Abe Ferris and Bob Haber-
salt, the Junior Hornets won over halt ot the Conterence games.
Several ot the underclassmen matched the boys ot the Varsity in de-
termination and skill, but due to their inexperience and lack ot size were held
to the Junior team.
Anywhere trom six to twelve candidates trom the Junior squad will ad-
vance to the varsity in the '55 - '56 campaign. ln them lies the hope ot a well
experienced and well rounded team tor '55,
First Row: W. Williams, R. Barr, P. Mccsbe, D. Shape. G. Cobb, D, Whipple, G. Augustine.
B. Cleveland, F. Adley. Second Row: M. Weaver, C. Kraus, G. Holaway, D. Grier, B. Man'
chester, B, White, J. Thomas, J. Zrnk, J, Casey, B. Murdough, W, Winner. Third Row: F.
Dunkle, D. Hartman, R. Wandetl, K. Hughes, R. Weir. L. Mann, D. Wilkinson, B. Loveland,
T. Grinnell, D. Guyer, R. Hale, Coaches: Robert Habersaat, Abe Ferris,
W. Lowe, R. Drehr, T. Crotty. L
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