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Page 31 text:
Views of Adamsites
Highlights in the '44-'45 fashions tound a
sate harbor at Adams. To keep the cold
Winter weather out-stadium boots . . .
bunny gloves . . . sheep-lined aviator coats
. . . Navy Peacoats . . . head scarves imoth-
er's tablecloths had nothing on them eitherl
were worn by the girls.
Pads kept in tempo with the Armed
Forces with emblems . . . insignias . . . wings
. . . bars . . . khaki shirts and trousers . . .
identiiication bracelets . . . ankle chains . . .
dog tags belonging to someone in the serv-
ice . . . novelty pins . . . Navy and khaki
Again mother's kitchen was robbed. This
time for teaspoons so that fashionable teen-
agers could have bracelets. BRACELETS-
the more on at one time the better! The
lassies' lovely hair were adorned with bar-
retts of all kinds-personality and floral.
Ioes and lanes got together on the long
shirt idea. Some of the couples around the
school had sport shirts alike. Really groovy!
Slick-chicks turned to the bare-legs policy
--no anklets . . . paint . . . play shoes.
But bobby socks still had their niche in the
world of fashions.
Dresses for spring and summer had the
motto "the brieter the better." They featured
cap sleeves . . . sweetheart necklines . . .
drawstring tops . . . abbreviated skirts . . .
square necklines. Smooth sweaters, peasant
blouses and drindl skirts were by no means
neglected .... Boys wore loaiers as well as
girls. Shoes Wore a more polished look than
Page 33 text:
FIJUTB LL SU All
FIRST ROW, left to right-Mike Perensovich, Dick Cornell, Bill Varner, Dave Lewis,
Charles Leventry, Ronald Stinebiser, Henry Progar.
SECOND ROW-Iulius Gmeiner.
THIRD ROW-lim Moore, Andy Kozar, Bill Brough.
First game in the season and another
feather in the Hornets' cap. The Falcons
couldn't even break through for one touch-
After nine years of defeat the Adams'
team came back from Portage with a vic-
tory of 41-U.
First defeat of the season came at the
hands of Altoona Catholic. The opposing
teamsters scored two points for a safety
in Adams end zone, then with but a minute
and a half to go scored a touchdown.
Through the loads of mud at the point
the stingers plunged for a 13-6 victory over
Conemaugh's Iron Horses. Utz broke away
for a long run to a touchdown. Then Don
Miller kicked for an extra point and later
ran 52 yards for another six points.
Windber's eleven scored over the Adams
Teamsters for the second lose of the season.
The Hornets made the first score but a touch-
down and an intercepted pass for the oppo-
nents spelled defeat.
The Blue Hornets pinned an 18-7 defeat
on the Crimson Crushers for the second Win
at the Point. An extra point put the oppo-
nents ahead but Utz ran around end 30
yards for a goal. Then late in the fourth
frame Miller plunged for another six points.
Undefeated Portage Townshipers stayed
on top when they turned the Hornets back
for a second defeat in a row.
Even with a completely different starting
line-up Adams overran the Franklin Blue-
Iays. Touchdowns were made as a re-
sult of the Iay's penalties.
First downs and lengthy marches brought
a victorious end to the Armistice Day game
against Lilly. Lewis and Bill Varner sat in
the sidelines with injuries.
South Fork ............................ ...... 3 9-U
Portage ........................ ...... 4 1-U
Conemaugh ,....,,,.,......... ...... l 3-6
Iohnstown Catholic ..... ...... l 8-7
Franklin ...................... ...... 2 5-7
Lilly .......................... ...... 2 7-0
5 games ,.............................. ........ 1 54-2U
Altoona Catholic .................... ........ 9 -U
Windber ......................... ........ 1 3-7
Portage Township ....... .............. ........ 1 3 -U
3 games .............................................. 3 5-7
Total Points-Adams 1715 Opponents 55
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