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Adams High School Prizes
CITIZENS AND FARMERS TRUST CO. SCHOLARSHIP PRIZE
The Citizens and Farmers Trust Co., Adams, N.Y., offers a prize of 5510.00
to be awarded to the pupil of the Adams High School who has the highest
average for the year's work. The pupil must be carrying at least 32 subjects
during the year to compete.
Hattibel Grow won in 1932.
SHELMIDINE AND MOORE PRIZE
Shelmidine and llioore of Adams, N.Y., offers a prize of 510.00 to the
pupil of the Adams High School who makes the greatest increase in his stand-
ings during the year. The basis upon which this increase shall be determined
will be the average of the marks received during the first two marking periods.
The pupil must be taking 3-2X3 units of work and will be ineligible if a subject
is dropped before completion.
William King won in 1932.
ROTARY CLUB PRIZE
The Adams Rotary Club offers a prize of 35.00 to that pupil of the Adams
High School who has the best attendance for the year 1932-33. In case of a
tie in attendance, consideration will be given to the one having the highest
scholastic average and who has not received another prize.
Divided in 1932 between Alice Remington and Richard Owen.
ARIERICAN LEGION PRIZE
The American Legion, Adams, N.Y., offers a prize of a bronze medal to
that pupil of the high school who does the best work in American History during
the school year 1932-33.
Won by Richard Owen in 1932.
THE ADAMS STUDY CLUB ATTENDANCE PRIZE
The Adams Study Club offers a prize of 55.00 to the Senior of the High
School who has had the best attendance during the four years in school.
Won by Richard Owen in 1932.
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A constitution was drawn up for the purpose of defining the duties and
powers of the staff members, and to form a more cooperative and unified body.
Last fall two of the staff members, R. Owen and D. Row, resigned and
Wallace Corey and Ned Nloore became Co-llanaging Editors.
In February, Norman Rlenard resigned as Editor-in-Chief and other changes
were made. We now have the following staff:
Advisor ,, . ,M - . ,,NIiss Lawson
Editor ...,.--a,,,, MVC. Wagner
Assistant Editor ..-W W..- ,. ,,,. H. Chrisman
Associate Editorm-- ..,,,..,,,,..,,v A. Collins
Co-llanaging Editors .,,,. N. Nloore, W. Corey
Business Nlanager W -, ,,..., W. Holley
Assistant Bus. llgrw-, .,,W. Delllarse
Sports Editor Wan., -..,,,-F. Sischo
Exchange Editor ,- ,,,lW. Patten
Art Editor - .,..E nm- we D. Lanfear
Circulation Manager. ..,,, - -.,. H. Misczuk
Ass't Circulation llanagerw- - .,,e NNI. Bishop
Reportern-.. .,,,..,,..,, ,... W . Nutting
Typist ..,, ,,,, W . Corey
Typist-,,, .,,, N. Moore
Typist -H , ,...,, ..., D . lwoore
The policy throughout the year has been one of advancement and lately an
attempt has been made fsuccessfullyj to secure feature articles.
The Exchange Department has been successful and the following schools
have exchanged with the "News Realm:
Pulaski, Wappingers Falls, Quincy, Indianag Newark Valley, Owego,
Copenhagen, Colgate University, Belleville, Ferguson High School, St. Louis,
We here express the hope that next year the Editor will find it possible
to attend the Editor's Convention at Syracuse University and to carry on the
work of advancement as it was planned this year.
e Carl Wagzler, Editor
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THE MRS. ALBERT HOYT LATIN PRIZE
Nlrs. Albert Hoyt offers a prize of 55.00 to the best Latin student for the
school year 1932-33. The offer is open to all Latin students and the award
will be based upon scholarship, attitude in class and general participation in
activities of the department.
llildred Patten won in 1932.
SOLES AND ROUNDS SPORTSMANSHIP TROPHY
Soles and Rounds offers two silver cups to the boy and girl of the high school
at Commencement time who show the best sportsmanship during the year.
Decision will be dependent upon: C11 Maintenance of scholarship standards,
C21 Sportsmanship displayed while winning, C31 Sportsmanship displayed While
losing, C41 Leadership ability.
Won in 1932 by Alice Remington and John Jones.
FRED E. WILLIAMS SCIENCE PRIZE
lNIr. Fred E. Williams offers a prize of 55.00 in gold to the pupil who has
done the best work in science during the school year 1932-33.
Vincent Greenley won in 1932.
THE AARON BELLOFF ESSAY PRIZE
lVIr. Aaron Belloff offered a prize of 55.00 in merchandise to the person
who submitted the best essay on either the picture or the book "So Big."
Won in 1933 by Betty Wood.
Our Own Boners
CWe omit some names, but you know the old saying-"If the shoe fits ,,,."1
Bill King in Prize Speaking: A'She'lI die of fright from convulsions!"
When Frank Sischo was a dignified Sophomore, he was reading the part
of Shylock from the "Merchant of Venice" in English class one day. Upon
being told to articulate clearly to make it sound something like a Jew, Frank
started again with great gusto and a shrug of his shoulders and read: "Oi, oi.
Tree tousand ducatsln
From composition and examination papers:
"Mocha"-the name of the monkey in "The House of the Seven Gables."
"Conch shellu-a shell which you hold to your ear and can hear waves.
But you can also do it with an olive bottle.
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