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Seniors-Juniors Win Inter-Class Championship
URING the two weeks right after Basketball season, the Inter-class
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games were held and called the largest number into competition of
-k,1I,ww,,Ili any sport. The dark horses of the league in both boys and girls were
X' Wi the Freshmen teams. The Seniors with three lettermen started the
league and seemed to be the team figured to win as well as the Post Graduates.
All the games in both leagues were very close and hard-fought. The teams in
first and second place played off for the championship. The games were held
in place of chapel with the entire student body looking on. ln the boys' playoff,
it was between the Seniors and the Freshmen with the Seniors winning the
Championship by a wide margin. In the girls' playoff, it was between the
Juniors and the Freshmen and a very hard-fought game was played, the Juniors
winning by a very close score.
During the last two weeks in llarch, Coach Scholtz ran a program of
"intra-mural games," which proved as interesting as the inter-class games. The
members of the high school were divided into ten teams with a letter man of
basketball as coach for each team. Following is a list of the te
ams and their
St. Lawrence ,LW ,,...,,,,.Coach Owen
Princeton W ,W ,.-, Coach Greenley
Clarkson Tech. W Coach Wade
Harvard ,,,,.,,, , . ,Coach RIcCabe
Cornell ,W . ....Coach Row
Columbia ,, ,.,,,,Coach Sexton
Colgate W ,,,,,Coach Wilson
Yale W - W, Coach Rhodes
Syracuse , ,,,,, , ,,,,,, ..,,,,,., Coach Lyman
Notre Dame ,,,,,.,,,,, , , ,,,,,, Coach Griggs
SCORE OF GAKIES
Princeton , . . .,,,l0 Yale ,. - I2
St. Lawrence . ,,,. .23 Columbia W, ,- .17
Colgate ,,,.,,,, ,,,, 13 Syracuse , 4
Harvard H ,, - 9 Cornell W., ,, 9
Colgate , .,.. , . ., 12 St. Lawrence ,,,, , ll
Columbia . ,M 17 Clarkson ,,,, . ,W 7
Columbia W Cornell ,- ,nil
St. Lawrence Columbia L W, ., 26
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the hrst time in the history of the local school, a foul-shooting
contest was held for all boys and girls of the High School. lt created
ii " f' I a great deal of interest as well as good clean spirit. A1together,:'112
students took part in the foul-shooting contest. There were 74 boys
and 38 girls. The boys each shot 25 times and had to make 12 or mord to
qualify. The girls shot 15 times and had to make five to qualify.
R. Overton and L. Rhodes were the highest, getting 18 out of 25 apiece.
In the girls, H. Remington had 12 out of 15. Only 19 girls were able to
qualify for the second round. In the boys, only 29 were able to qualify. In
the second round the boys had to make 15 out of 25, and the girls 7 out of 15.
this round found many of the favorites fall by the wayside.
J. Hughes was the' highest, getting 21 out of 25, for the boys. 111. Gates
took the honors of the girls in the second round, making 10 out of 15. Only
six boys qualified in this round and seven girls were able to qualify.
In the third round, which was much harder going, Hughes and A. Clarke
took the honors making 22 out of 30, and 18 out of 30 respectively. They were
the only two to qualify.
' For the girls, E. Snyder took the honors, making 13 out of 20, with three
tied for second place in qualifying, D. 1VIcChesney, V. Reed, R. Huson and a
tie-off had to take place, with D. MfcChesney winning.
In the finals, the boys had to shoot 50 times and the one who had the highest
won. The girls shot 30 times and the highest won. Hughes won by making
39 out of 50 in the boys contest and D. lIcChesney won the girls' contest by
making 19 out of 30.
J. Hughes made 95 out of 130 during the contest.
D. RfIcChesney made 41 out of 80.
Both students showed that they were superior to any one in the school in
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Adams High School Athletic Association
HE Adams High School Athletic Association held a meeting in Septem-
ber to reorganize for another year. The following officers were
S A elected .
President.-. .,,cc cc,.,cc,,. F RANK SISCHO
Vice-President ccc, cccc F LORENCE RICHMOND
Secretary ,eeee. ee,..ce,.,,c . CHARLES CASE
Treasurer- .ccc, ,.,-,.PRINCIPAL ROY R. ALLEN
At this meeting it was also voted that the dues for the organization which
were formerly 3.75 a semester, be reduced to 5.50.
At a meeting held shortly after basketball season, it was decided that only
one letter should be given for four years of sports but a certificate should be
issued every time a person earned his letter by participating in forty per cent
of the games.
After Charles Case left school Howard Berry was elected Secretary to fill
the office. K
The membership during the first semester was 142 but in the second semester
it dropped to ll6.
The suggestion has been made that the payment of the dues be made on
September lst and January lst instead of September lst and February lst as
has been done formerly.
F. Af. R.
OUR ATHLETICS ARE GOOD BUT-
Can You Imagine:
F. Griggs without his bandages?
F. Sischo through a game without slugging?
W. Saxton not getting hurt in a football game?
R. Rhodes making the dust fly behind him?
K. Weal not making faces at his opponent?
N. Menard hitting a baseball?
D. Lanfear bending over and catching a ball at shortstop?
J. Hughes shaking hands with his opponents?
R. Owen not getting hurt in a basketball game?
N. Whitford making six letters?
D. Sinclair being serious?
Ike Berry wearing his own equipment?
R. Huson guarding her opponents?
J. Shutts standing up and not giggling in a game?
P. Remington playing without powdering her noise?
IW. L. Steele making a basket?
D. lVIcChesney losing weight while playing?
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