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The Adelphi wrestling team has at mid-season registered two wins and two losses. Under the direction of the ne%v vrestUng coach. Jack Garra- brandt, the grunt and groaners have overcome the loss of a few of its old timers and have succeeded in putting a team on the mats. Cal Guest, a newcomer to Adelphi but an old mat man, has ably carried the 121 pound class for Adelphi. The only Panther veterans on the team are Norman Fidelman, 121 pound class; Howie Sabin, 128 pound class; Don Burpee, 165 pound; and Jim Fanning at 173. Both Burpee and Fanning have shown the new- comers to the squad %vhat a little persistence can bring. Jim Fanning ' s match against Brooklyn Poly was the outstanding performance of the 194Q-1930 season. With the help of promised better wrestling facilities and more equipment, Adeiphi ' s wrestling team should turn in an undefeated record for the season. Other men on the grunt and groan are John Kuptsis, Bill Long, Bill Orlin, Frank De Hergut and Walter Johnson. These men are all good wrestlers on whom the hopes of future Adelphi wrestling teams depend. Walter Johnson WRESTLING A. Guest, H. Sab in, R. Frank, W. Long, D. Burpee, W. Orli- lien, J. Fanning, J. Scott, Jolinson, R. Vaughn, j. Kuptus, J. Watt. A. McComiick. T. McDonald, W. Kenncdv, R. Knodt, W. McKee, N. Marchese. F. DeHergot, W. Donegan. N. Fidlcnian, R. Green. 102
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Last spring. Adelplii ' s infant major sport suffered what some might term an unsuccessful season, compiling a two anci Bve rec- ord with some brutal losses being served the boys at Yale and R.P.I.. but with heartening successes at Hofstra and Lafayette. Yet, to the boys on the team, the success or failure of the season could not possibly be measured in such materialistic terms. The antics of Irwin Germaise. Jim Simes, and Dick Green at the after- game welcome extended to us by Yale; the spirited play of Arty Glenn, Jack Lawrence. Chris Broderson, and Bob Stutz; the tire- less energy of Dick Siegel, John MacDonald. and Ned Romano and the amazingly rapid progress made by Harry Raven. Sy Lit- vinoff and Jules Guth have become welded into a firm body of happy memories that none of us will ever forget. Fred Bargetzi is this season ' s co-captain and shares this posi- tion with Don Loughlin. But it is last year ' s Hofstra game that gave the boys the great- est pleasure. In a heavy cold rain on a wet field, with exceptional support from Don Loughlin, Bud Bargetzi, Paul Kittay. and Ernest Schroeder. the team played the greatest game in Adelphi s short lacrosse history and walked off the grimy field of battle only after chalking up a decisive victory over the Dutchman. Robert Corn First Rou.; R. Sturz. S. LihinoH. R. Corn. P. Kitay. F. Bargetzi, R Sicgal, J. MacDonald. Second Rou " : A. Glenn, J. Gutli. D. Green. J. Simes, C. Broderson, N. Romano, H. Raven. Third Row: V. Fauci, J. Lawrence, H. Minnaer, I. Germaise, D. Loughlin, E. Schroder, Mr. Ruggian. LACROSSE 161
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Aleiiiters.- B. Bales. A. Tatom. K. George. H. Strauss. R. Fisli. E. McTerhnan, S. Erickson, R. Jaeger. D. Kramer. E. Stone. J Mann. D. Hayes. J. Albrecht. SWIMMING A new addition to the list of major sports was tlie Adelphi swimming team. The Men ' s A. A. recognized this activity as a varsity sport early last fall. Mr. Mann, a capable swimmer himself, was appointed as head coach, and is being assisted by Miss Nolan. As the new coaches undertook their tasks, they were met by a shortage of swimmers and by illness. Considering these burdens, the team came through with a successful season. The stalwarts of the team were Don Kramer and Ed Stone, whose competitive spirit always kept Adelphi within grasp of winning. Other candidates were Bill Bates, Jack Tatum. Dick Dawda, John Albrecht, Bob Woodhead, Roy Daniels, Heinz Straus, Harold Rice and Daniel Hayes, whose diving record scored many points for them. With the year ' s experience they have, and new candidates, Adelphi should strive to new heights in this sport. John Albrecht YACHT CLUB r» First RoH..- R. Dunhill, M. Busom, J. Thomas, B. Hart. P. Keisling. J. Noble, A. Maslow, Second Row: R. Romez, R. Herman. Dr. Kruger, B. Snow. J. Trues- dale, R. Field. The Yacht Club, which is one of the fastest growing clubs on campus, was organized in 1948. Since then, it has come a long way. It has been accepted by the college and by the Intercollegiate Yacht and Racing Association of North Amer- ica. Many of its members, who were previously nonsailors, have been turned into ardent sailing fans. They meet once a week to discuss future racing meets and to receive instruc- tions on yachting. The club has raced at many distant places Including Washington, D. C. Last spring they won the Greater New York Novice Championship and brought home the trophy. 165
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