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Friday, November 18, 1938.
A HOCKEY PLAYER
COMMENTS ON DUKE
Two Salem Girls Make All-
State Varsity; Four Make
There is Komething exciting about
pioneering, for it was with pioneer-
isli spirits tliat we hockey players
struggled out of bed at 6:3ffl Satur
day morning, dressed hurriedly in
the dim light, slipped downstairs and
over to a 7:00 breakfast.^and then
piled into our four “covered w'ag-
ons” — driven by Ann .Tohnson, Jo
Hutchison, Marian Johnson, and Miss
At. Kastward pioneers, we were —
eastward, towards Duke University
where we along with representatives
from six other colleges had been in
vited in order to organize what wC
hope will become an annual State
irockey Council similar to the one
already organized in Virginia.
Morning and afternoon sessions
were scheduled along with several
practice and coaching periods led by
Jfi.ss Constance Appleby, our English
advisor. It was surprising how glad
we were to see Miss Appleby again,
and how glad she seemed to see us.
Three games were scheduled for
the morning: W. C. I'. X. C. vs. Mere
dith; W. C. TI. X. 0. vs. Duke; and
Salem vs. a combination of Guil
ford and Chapel Hill. In the after
noon there were three other games
with each of the teams playing a
different group. The games were not
competitive and the winners of the
morning did not necessarily meet an
other winning team in the afternoon.
The aim of the conference was not
competition but exhibition. Salem,
however, won both her morning and
afternoon matches, defeating one of
the W, C. II. N. C. teams in the aft
ernoon by a score of 3-2.
We .saw good hockey and bad,
participated in and benefited from
both. We lunched in the Woman’s
Union, a really beautiful hall. Lunch
■ was cafeteria style, but you took all
you wanted. (Ask Grace Carpenter
about the “Brownies,”) We return
ed to the Union again at six o’clock
for the banquet. Then, by candle
light, we made more acquaintances
and discussed the day thoroughly
with our neighbors. Climaxing the
entire day was the announcement
of the all-state varsity and sub-var
From Salem, Peggy Bowen was
chosen as varsity center forward and
Carolina Pfohl. as left wing. Four
other of our girls were placed on the
sub-varsity team: Felicia Martin,
Ann Johnson, Gerry Baynes, and
Jane Kirk. Both our back field and
line received honorable mention.
Whether we had placed .so many
on the varsity teams or not, th« day
would have been successful. Here’s
to Duke and all the other schools of
this state who are blazing the trail
in making North Carolina hockey-
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Tentative plans have been made
for a game in hockey Friday be
tween the Freshmen and the Sopho
mores. The schedule for next week
and the period following Thanks
giving holidays is yet uncertain, but
the plans so far are: The Freshmen-
Senior and Sophomore-Junior teams
will play a game, one on Monday and
the other on Tuesday.
After Thanksgiving, a game will
be played Tuesday, November" 29th.
The next will be played Friday, De
cember 2nd, and the final game De
cember 3rd, which ends the season.
Tlie hockey banquet will follow the
The toj) football teiim^ of this
year can easily he predicted by look
ing at this year's ratings so far.
We can’t include all the 68G teams
included in the Williamson Rating
List, but here are a few of the ones
most important to us:
\. Carolina T'.
Washington & Lee
V. M. r.
V. P. I.
S. Carolina U.
SALEM’S HOCKEY TEAM
STAFF PHOTO THROUGH COURTESY OF JOURNAL AND SENTINEL
The Salem hockey players who attended the Duke ITockey Conference last week-end were: back row, left
to right, Geraldine Baynes, Evelyn McCartj-, .lane Ki. 1;, Aiinette McXeely, Sally Emerson, Emma Brown
Grantham. Front row, Felicia Martin, Ann Johnson, Jessie Skinner, i’eggy Bowen, and Caroline Pfohl.
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