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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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,BANY HIGH SCHOOL
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two programs were the same, thanks to the kind assistance of Miss Houghton
and Miss Riley.
l felt, and I'm surewe all felt, a keen delight in the variety of pro-
grams offered. May the affectionate feeling, now so strong, toward Roose-
velt never die, and may his day and the days of other men who made
and maintained America, be remembered again and again by High School
THETA SIGMA NOTES
Theta Sigma has enjoyed a most successful term under the following
officers: President, Marjorie Greenman, Vice-President, Harriet Frost,
Critic, Dorcas Hager, Recording Secretary, SerenaMcNutt, Corresponding
Secretary, Hilda Sarr, Senior Editor, Helen Tompkins, First Junior Edi-
tor, Anne Adams, Second Junior Editor, Ruth Sutton, Assistant Corre-
sponding Secretary, Miriam Baker, Marshal, Harriet Parkhurst.
Interesting quotations, dissertations and similar literary work as well
as sketches, have been the features of the programs arranged by the Senior
Sigma's annual fall dance was held on Armistice Day with suitable
decorations. It was held in the corridors and the music was furnished by
Miss Hart's orchestra.
VVhen the championship football game with Cambridge was played at
Union College, Sigma lent generous support and enthusiasm.
The greatest triumph of the term was the management of the Colgate
Glee Club Concert. This was held in the High School auditorium under
the auspices of Alpha and Sigma, was largely attended and a great success.
This is the end of the term: Sigma hopes that the year will end as well
as it has begun.
To Robert L. Lincoln fell the task of leading 'Logia during the Fall
term. " Bob " worked hard and succeeded admirably in keeping 'Logia on
that high level where she has for so many years stood invincible, namely:
the best Literary society in A. H. S.
Honorary night, the banner literary event of the First term was one
of the best in years. Harlowe H. Metzgar, critic, arranged the program
which included a declamation by Donald C. Pratt, a reading by " Wee Bob "
Hunter, humorous reading by Harlowe H. Metzgar, addresses by some of
the Old Philologians, who attended in a body, and a debate, Resolved, That
the proposed St. Lawrence Ship Canal would be beneficial to the United
States. The negative, and winners, was composed of Captain and third
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