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May 31, 1939
THE FULL MOON
To the girls in the Athletic as
sociation making at least 500
; points in volley ball, soft ball,
tumbling, hiking, basketball, tennis
or holding offices in the associa-
■ tion, letters were awarded.
Those awarded letters were Jo-
^sephine Whiteley, Virginia Gilliam,
Hazel Mauldin, Lavonne Holt,
Lucy Mae Miller, Dorothy Parker,
Eamelle Burleson, Rachel Tucker,
Well Mauldin, Lois Underw'ood,
Ruth Miller, Grace Cranford, Lee
Gilliam, and Virginia Safrit.
GIRLS’ RECREATION CLUB — SECTION ONE
The library has added a total of
224 books this year.
The total circulation of books in
the library this year has been 14,-
Hazel Mauldin Editor
GIRLS’ ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
BOYS’ AND GIRLS’ TENNIS TEAMS
Ten Seniors Added
To Hall Of Fame
Ten members of the graduating
; class, seven boys and three girls,
will be added to the sports hall of
fame, which was started last year
and features boys and girls that
have done outstanding work in
athletics during the years of their
I The new members are as fol-
: Bill Mann—three-letter man ’38
and ’39, No. 1 man on tennis team
and co-captain of basketball team
Jack Williams—three-letter man
’39, co-captain of the basketball
tarn ’39, leading hitter on baseball
team ’38 and ’39.
’37, two-letter man ’39.
“Sid” Gulledge—two-letter man
’38 and ’39.
C. B. Clark—two-letter man at
Badin ’37 and ’38, football letter
at Albemarle ’39.
Olvn Lowder—two-letter man
Virginia Gilliam—basketball let
Hazel Mauldin—basketball let
ters ’37, ’38 and ’39, captain of
basketball team ’39.
Lucy Mae Miller—letter ’39,
tumbling team ’38 and ’39.
^ Is Won By Netters
Albemarle High polished off its
competition in the South Pied
mont Conference tennis tourna
ment held at the Monroe Country
club May 6 with apparent ease.
Taking three of the four titles,
Albemarle won the girls’ singles
and doubles and the boys’ singles,
with Spencer boys taking the dou
ble crown. Concord High furnish
ed the competition in the finals,
but bowed before the superior
Perhaps the most outstanding in
dividual’s performance of the tour-
nament was given by Bill Mann,
number one player for the Bulldogs
and winner of the boys’ singles ti
tle. Mann defeated Martin Bar
rier, Spider ace.
Josephine Whitley also turned
in a bang-up performance in win
ning the girls’ singles crown. Ha
zel Mauldin and Wilma Morton
won in the girls’ doubles.
Claude Shankle and Reid Gaskin
met with defeat in the semi-finals.
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