Adams High School - Hilltop Yearbook (Adams, NY)

 - Class of 1933

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-' HWSZQE: .. . 'N'-Qi .ef-:ee -' . fwlffi' 462. J,-,T . . wjzilkgfz- 5 -fftfsgfpp. .3 :,-I. ' ' ' - :':'af5- xiii- ' 'f-Girl' 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? ,-.15 I . lf-egg - gii i1'5'ika.:. H EEEESseveYz5Eaac,,:eEaf"7 assi :sliIilEEij7f ere? 4.1 :asWts. i351

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, ,Slug It I I .ni 4 firm-,.. . .iii .. ' Seniors-Juniors Win Inter-Class Championship URING the two weeks right after Basketball season, the Inter-class --1-' l'l"'llim,. . . . 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. INTRA-MURAL GAMES 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 coaches. 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 FIRST GAME Princeton , . . .,,,l0 Yale ,. - I2 St. Lawrence . ,,,. .23 Columbia W, ,- .17 Colgate ,,,.,,,, ,,,, 13 Syracuse , 4 Harvard H ,, - 9 Cornell W., ,, 9 SECOND GAME Colgate , .,.. , . ., 12 St. Lawrence ,,,, , ll Columbia . ,M 17 Clarkson ,,,, . ,W 7 SEMI-FINALS Columbia W Cornell ,- ,nil FINALS St. Lawrence Columbia L W, ., 26 J. E. H. .,.. ...M E . -C gif T i':g."k,:. , b ' 5 " 1f4P35"im- E351



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.. ..,,-was ' ..,,...,.::f1+f e'ii::..g.,. E ffifqgfw' 464' '-4 - if --.-13 E 3 'ifixy' .: : ji.. ' ' ' :- 1,7 ,,.'i:L. V' " ' GLEE CLUB First Row--J. Piddock, I. Dillenbeck, D. Wagoner, R. Dening, F. Jones, B. Wagoner, D. Bcstwick. Second Row-B. Peyton, 0. Britton, E. Hill, M. Patten. H. Mareness, G. Dcbbln, R. Bcstwlck. Back Row-C. M. Sovey, T. Lyman, Mrs. Campany, Director: M. Gates, E. Snyde', B. Illingworth. M. Bishop. Girls' Glee Club Notes N I... HE Girls' Glee Club, under the direction of Xlrs. Campany, was called X together for the first meeting last fall. The following officers were .ri r vi ii ' - ' elected for the year 1932-33: President ,nn V HELEN NI.-XRENESS Vice-President , , E, ELSA SNYDER Secretary . N .,,,,, Wnlkxl.-x BUNDY Treasurer , AIARIE CEATES During the year we took charge of assembly once, sold candy and sponsored musical program put on by Harry Beeston, baritone soloist. Uur Christmas party was held at Janet Piddock's. "rl 'ivy . -'iii-I . 551- - .. , 951-1--. A - E ' V- f.J': ', ' "' 'L '-12551, ,. 1. -'LZ ' ' , fifth- 4-21... 4,5 4551- -3 , ,- E J . fu.. """5'i.vi.'M- E371

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