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The CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM. like most other sports
at' the Hilltop this school year, had a rather disappointing
season. In the season's infancy, the two most promising
members of the squad, XValt Granata and Walt Sherwood.
suffered injuries and saw no action thereafter. The former
had led the Davis aggregation in both meets in which he
The squad put forth its best
country run is a tough grind.
hasn't got that old "college try",
efforts. however. The cross
no sport for anyone that
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When the "Maroon and NVhite" went to press this year.
Coach Oswald had not yet chosen the TRACK TEAM
that would open the season. However. in the picture at
the left are some of the aspirants, many of them holdovers
from last year's team, Fifteen who had won letters last
year were returning. The team was planning to open the
season on May l. in a home game against XVhite Plains.
and then to meet New Rochelle. Gorton. and Mamaroneck
before ending up with the county meet on June T.
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The GYM TEAM offers its members a better opportunity
to build up their muscles and learn how to coordinate
them than any other sport or extra-curricular activity in
Constant practice on the mat. on the horse. and particu
larly on the parallel bars. has earned the team the distinction
of having its members rate higher than those of any other
sport as a group in the individual strength tests.
Every so often the team puts on an exhibition and gives
the audience an opportunity to marvel at' their stunts and
at the skill and mttscular control shown in them. This
year, the team has put on exhibitions for the students of
Graham, Vklilson. Nichols and Xklashington .lunior lligh
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The Davis SXVlMMlNG TEAM climaxed a season during
which they had lost but two league tilts by clinching the
county meet and championship at New Rochelle. No less
than four firsts were won: "Hank" Kolpin in the 50-yard
"free", Bob Goldthorpe in the IOO-yard "breast", George
Scanlon in the 220-yard "free". and Milt Aitken in the dive
-these added up to spell a spectacular victory for the
Maroon squad. The whole team deserves credit for this
unique performance which brought Davis its only cham
pionship team to date.
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Row l: Kneeling XV. lttlell. T, Kloberg, R, Cawley. J. Mtirphv.
Row Z: Ei, Ames. M l'mwlev. .l. O'lJonnell XV. Madison. D. lreetl. tl
Kolpin: Row lg li. Scanlon. IU. Aitkin, Pi iioldthorpe. l. Mt-tller,