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,BANY HIGH SCHOOL
TBALL SQUAD, AI
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10 THE GARNET AND GRAY
privilege to play Cambridge, the champions of the more northern corner
of the State, and a team with a reputation. They probably knew little about
the type of game we played and we knew less about them. In that game
our team played football which would do honor to a college team. It would
have been a shutout fAlbany, 455 if it hadn't been for a fumble which
presented the opportunity for their single touch-down, they were given
the point for the drop kick because Albany was off-side, making their tally
7 and us the champions of N. E. N. Y.
We closed the season on the field at Chadwick by defeating Newburgh
Free Academy, the champions of the Hudson Valley, 23 to 14. The team
deserves all the praise we can possibly give them, and Folks, " We have a
silver football, we have the cheers of a multitude and their handshakesg
but we have more than thatg we have a group of fellows than whom you
will find no better sportsmen, no truer friends nor honorable men this
side of Kingdom Come." And we'll have to blame Coach Russell.
HUBERT V. MILLER, '23
Albany High School Athletic Association
Balance on hand, September 1, 1922 .,........... .. S431 79
Student ....... 971 00
Associate .... 16 50
Football ..,.. 397 68
Basketball ....... 913 O2
' Baseball ........... 26 08
Miscellaneous receipts .. 314 08
Total receipts ...... 33,070 15
Football ..... ................ . . S740 75
Basketball 726 46
Track ....... 235 60
Baseball ......... l9l 35
Girl's Athletics .. 44 07
Bleachers . ..... 436 17
Cross Country 60 00
Miscellaneous . ............. .. 531 86
Total Disbursements . ...... ...... R2 ,966 26
Balance on hand, September 1, 1922. .... S103 89
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THE GARNET AND GRAY
FOOTBALL ScoRES, 1922 SEASON
' Game Date A. H. S. Opp.
Edison Draft. S. Sept.
Alumni . ......., Oct.
Gloversville . .... Oct. fThrown out.D
Union Frosh. .... ..., O ct.
Troy High .... Oct. CLeague.J
Troy Conference Nov
Academy ...... Nov
Gloversville . . . Nov. fLeague.D
Cambridge . . Nov. CN. E. N. Y. S. Champ.J
Newburg ... Nov. CEastern N.Y.S.Champ.j
SENIOR CLASS NOTES
The class of '23, after experiencing the first three years of preliminary
high school education, have at last gained, by their untiring efforts, the
name of " high and mighty Seniors," and with that cherished title the
privilege of class organization.
In exercising this privilege, the Senior Class have selected the fol-
lowing as representatives of that illustrious body:
President, Hubert B. Millerg Vice-President, Dorcas A. Hager, Record-
ing Secretary, Raymond Haynes, Corresponding Secretary, Rosella Lynchg
Treasurer, Earl Whitbeckg Reporter, Albert C. I-Iogle.
The amount of dues has been decided, and a committee is at work
selecting the pins and rings.
Great things in the line of dramatics is expected from the Senior Class
at the annual Christmas Public which is being arranged by Professors
Howe and Oliver. ,
We all agreed with our President when he said, "I want to make this
one of he best Senior Classes ever graduated from the Albany High
School." A. HOGLE
The Albany High School has taken a great step, in fact a long stride,
in the direction of public recognition of American patriots, when it insti-
tuted the observance of Roosevelt Day. Great credit should be given Mr.
Cook, the library staff, and the several student committees for their assist-
ance in making this day a success.
In every English class throughout the school, programs, by Roosevelt,
for Roosevelt and about Roosevelt were given. His creed was displayed
in a conspicuous place in every room. In one class some pupils acted out
an incident in his life. In others anecdotes were read, and in several
classes Edith Wharton's beautiful poem " With the Tide " was read. No
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