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THE SIREN. was
COACH - - - VVILLIAMVVILKIIC
ASST. COACH - DR. MOYNIHAN
CAPTAIN - FRANCIS MURRAY, '40
MANAGER - - -IGHN TGQLE, '38
25 St, Mary's
13 Glens Falls
0 Hudson Falls
Francis Murray . , ,
.lack L3M3fCl1C .
Bill Hilfinger .
.Toe Bowe .
Eddie Roberts . . .
'40 Eddie Leonard
'37 Paul Bishop .
'37 . Dick Mccurfy .
'37 Bob Montgomery
'37 Bill Montgomery
'37 I David Anderson
'33 Pat Smythe .
'38 Mgr. ,lohn Toole
SUMMARY-It was the most successful 'season in the last five years. A banquet was ,wen
to commemorate the sportsmanship of the team. lt was held in the Masonic Temple under the
Iuspices ofthe local business men. 'Andy Kerr, of Colgate University, was ,uest speal er
D mcing followed the dinner and the event pI'Oved very pleasant and successful
F ort Edward
COACH - - WILLIAM WILKIE
ASS'T. CoACII - WILLIAM CoNNIIvo
CAPTAIN - - - JosEPH BONVE
MANAGER - LEONARD JoHNsoN
58 Valley Falls
26 St, Mary's
.. 44 Glens Falls
27 Hudson Falls
24 Glens Falls
21 Hudson Falls
22 St. Mary's
Total ......... ............... 3 96
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THE SIREN . 1938
The Girls' Glee Club, under the direction
of Miss Etu, was organized for the year in
the month of September. It met on Mon-
day and Thursday throughout the year. The
first meeting was devoted to taking attend-
ance and voice tests. The club was then
divided into parts consisting of Soprano,
Second Soprano and Alto.
On February 8, the Glee Club gave its
first public performance. It appeared at
the public meeting of the Civic League. The
girls gave a very fine performance, render-
ing the following songs: "Dedication', by
Franz, "Morning" by Oley Speaks, and
"The Snow Storm" by Rogers.
The second appearance was made at the
annual Spring Concert. Three groups of
Rose Anne Arcurio, Eva Barker, Betty
Bennett, Dorothea Bennett, Mary Rose
Bowe, Geraldine Brown, Margaret Canti-
ello, Margarite Chapman, Shirley Clark,
Mary Dangelico, Anne Deutschbein, June
lloyle, ,lane Elder, Helen Etu, .lean Etu,
Helen Finn, .lean Horwald, Christine lan-
ueei, .lean LaSarso, Elizabeth Leonard,
Anita Marine, Eleanor Martin, Mary ,lane
McCarty, Irma Mills, Catherine Murphy,
limma Newton, Catherine Roberts, Elsie
Robinson, Anne Sears, Phyllis Sears, Mary
Sheehan, Helen Simmons, Helene Smith,
songs were offered, consisting of "Deep
River" and "Jacob's Ladder," "Morning"
and "Marianna," t'Golden Slumbersu and
The girls will sing at the graduation ex-
ercises and will choose their songs from the
following group: '6Dedication" by Franz,
"Send Out Thy Light" by Gounod--ar-
ranged, and "The Heavens Resoundn by
Beethoven. This will conclude the activi-
ties of the club for the year.
The club was composed of fifty-five girls
including Helene Smith who served as ac-
companist. This was a much larger group
than previous years and was a more suc-
rs of Glee Club
faecompanistj, Margaret Smith, Elaine
Stanley, Eleanor Taylor, jean Toole, Susie
junior High School Members
Ulympia Aurelia, Mary Boucher, Dorothy
Bruso, Mary Catone, .lean Clark, Gloria
Collier, Beverly Doyle, julia Flores, Antoi-
nette Frawley, Patricia Galloway, Emily
Miller, Betty Pashby, Carmela Peters, Mar-
jorie Rice, Florence Roberts, Phyllis Shelly,
Our instrumental work throughout this
year has proved to be far more successful
than in previous years. The faculty, student
body, and members of the ensemble itself
have shown great interest and support in
Under the supervision of Miss Eleanor
lftu, supervisor of music in the Fort Edward
School, the ensemble has consisted of the
lst violins-Ronald Powers and Anita
Boissoneau. 2nd violins-Grace Butler and
Roberta Stead. Cellist-Jean Etu. Trum-
pet-John Marine. Pianist-Miss Etu.
Rehearsals have been held regularly once
a week throughout the school year.
This organization presented a fine pro-
gram at the annual May Festival.
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THE SIREN. 1938
SIFMMARY--The boys started the season off in fine shape by winning the first few gameS
by large scores. After this excellent start, the team began to slip and they seemed to lack
cooperation. This "slump" continued through out the rest of the season and many games were
lost by a few points margin. Although finishing near the end of the list, they scored 396
points against their opponents' 377. Basketball letters have been awarded to the following:
Captain joseph Bowe, Edward Roberts, Edward Leonard, Robert Wood, William Montgomery,
Paul Bishop, Joseph Smatko, Robert Montgomery, Manager Leonard johnson.
COACH - - WILLIAM WILKIE
MANAGER - FLOYD MAYRAND
ASS'T. MANAGER - JAMES VVEAVER
CAPTAIN - - JOSEPH SMATKO
Fort Edward ..,......... .......... 3 3 ' Argyle ......... 3
Fort Edward .........i.. .......... 1 O St. Ma1'y's ......... .... 2
Fort Edward .,.......... ..... 6 Glens Falls ........... .... 2
Fort Edward ..........i, ..... 3 Hudson Falls .......... .... 5
Fort Edward ............ ..... 1 Granville .........,............ ......... 8
Fort Edward .. ......... ..... 4 Hudson Falls .......... ......... l 5
Fort Edward .,.,........ ..... 4 Glens Falls ........... ......... 5
Fort Edward ............ ..,.. 4 St. Mary's ......... ......... 1 2
Fort Edward ...............,............i................... 1 Wfhitehall ...............,.............. ................... 2 3
SUMMARY-Baseball season started off about the same way basketball did. The boys won
the first two games by large margins and then they lost their stride. Partially to blame for
this, is the lack of experienced moundsmen. Fisher, the only veteran, has pitched excellent ball
so far this season. The rest of the team has shown fine examples of good ball playing and hope
to finish the season by winning their remaining games.
Letters in baseball were awarded as follows: Capt. joseph Smatko, '38, Mgr. Floyd May-
rand, '3Sg Edward Leonard, '37g Robert Montgomery, '38g Edward Nolan, '38: Edward Rob-
erts, '381 Robert VVood, '38, Andrew Beale, '39Z Edward Fisher, '40, Robert Conley, '41, john
COACH - EEVERETT GRIFFITH
Fort Edward-70 Greenwich-34
Fort Edward-Schuylerville tCancelledQ
' 1NvVrAT1oN MEETS
May 21--NVashington County Meet. Fort
Edward, Third Place.
June 4-Saratoga Invitation.
June ll--E. N. Y. S. P. H. S. A. L. at Al-
bany. Fort Edward. First Place.
SUM'MARY-The track team is a 1Jl'O111iSi11g one. They began the season by trouncing Green-
wich easily and then in the second meet nosed out Hudggn F3115 to gain third place in the
NVHSlllUgtO1l County Meet. The bOyS are game and plan to make this season one of the best
ever seen by Fort Edward.
Letters have been awarded to the following: Jack Whalen, Edward Leonard, Andrew Shel-
ley, David Anderson, Edward Nolan, Paul Bishop, Robert Montgomery, Robert VVood, Richard
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