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lt seems like only yesterday that we saw our
football team fight hard but, alas, go down in de-
feat. Davis lost the first game with Mamaroneck
3l -O. The following week also defeat followed
the jinxed Davisites, and we succumbed to
The one thing that will always be remembered
with joy and pride was the battle with Gorton,
trailing 6-O in the second half the Hilltoppers
came back to win l2-6. To start the Davisites
rolling, Angelo Carideo intercepted a Gorton
pass in our own end zone, and they just couldn't
stop him until he reached the Davis 33 yard line.
On the next play Bobby Violino got off to a 45
yard gain. Later, a pass from Carideo to lack
Schroeder and another thrilling run by Violino
cupped the game.
The following week, however, spelled defeat.
when Yonkers beat us 7-6. The Pelham game
started off with a bang. On the first two plays
of the tilt, our opponent got touchdowns, both
of which were nullified by penalties. Even this
didn't save the Hilltoppers and again we lost 7-6.
The game with Port Chester was the most excit-
ing tussle of the season. On the first play of the
second half, Lou Hackett smashed through right
tackle and streaked 75 yards to a touchdown.
Port Chester then came back with a fifty-two
and then an eighty yard march to go into the
lead. Later, with the ball on the Davis 30 yard
line, Dick Buehler passed to Carideo for a twelve
yard gain. Again Dick passed to Angelo, who
avoided the Port Chester secondary and tied the
game. With only a few minutes to play, Buehler
tossed the pigskin to Tony Daniello who made
a spectacular catch on the ten yard line. After
two plays, halfback Buehler brought the ball over
the goal line but fumbled, with Port Chester re-
covering. Thus the battle ended in a l3-l3 tie.
ln the forty-seventh annual tilt with New Ro-
chelle, the Davisites were smothered by a more
experienced squad, and lost l9-O.
The week after, the Hilltop squad
ended up the gloomy season by
bowing to Edison Tech, 26-O.
The valiant crew of the SCORE-
BOARD SQUAD accomplished
superhuman feats with their only
reward the remarks of the football
spectators who didn't bother to
look at the board anyway, These
men braved the perils of wind and
cold, up in the altitude of the cold
black steel death-trap which
marked their "haven."
SCOREBOARD SQUAD iLeftl
W, Thoma, l. Mosca, M. Alexander, 1.
Miller, A. Galler, T. Zuk, A. Zuch, V.
Zupa, Mr. Childs
CHEERLEADERS lPage 56: Topl
Row iz M. Festa, l. Ormsby, B, Duem-
mel, 1. Beacom, M. Fowler, C. Minard, P.
Foley, E. lmpara, l. Grant, C. Kelly, D,
Henssel, 1, Perkinson, D. Mauriello, Row
2: V. Stith, M. Syrkin, P. Tilson, R. Cer-
chiara, l. Skerritt, l. Lombardo, R. Mac ln-
tyre, G. O'Brien, D. Reynolds, N. De Filip-
TWIRLERS lPage 56: Lowerl
Row l: L. Bartolotta, W. Gomes, B.
West, l. Pendleton, F. Barnett, F. Landy,
Row 2: P. Hafner, l. Williams, M. McMil-
len, M. Hickok, B. Kerewsky, B. Shor, P
Hineline, A. Platner, B. Lafferty, G
Bloom, Row 3: S. Siegal, N. Starr, P. Sul-
livan, V. Hewitt, B. Bergman, B. Garland,
E. Forster, M. Finkelstein, P. Kasenetz, D.