Fort Edward High School - Siren Yearbook (Fort Edward, NY)

 - Class of 1938

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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. i..l49..-.L Baseball 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 Durkin, '41, - Truck COACH - EEVERETT GRIFFITH MANAGER - DUAL MEETS May 18 Fort Edward-70 Greenwich-34 May Z3 Fort Edward-Schuylerville tCancelledQ FRANK MIIRT ' 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 McCurrv. Page ,Fifteen

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THE SIREN. was Football COACH - - - VVILLIAMVVILKIIC ASST. COACH - DR. MOYNIHAN Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward CAPTAIN - FRANCIS MURRAY, '40 MANAGER - - -IGHN TGQLE, '38 25 St, Mary's 20 Salem 13 Glens Falls 13 Greenwich 7 Scotia 6 Vllliitehall 6 Granville 0 Hudson Falls Fort Edward Fort Edward Francis Murray . , , Pat Murray Terry Nailor .loe LaMarch C . .lack L3M3fCl1C . Bill Hilfinger . .Toe Bowe . Eddie Roberts . . . Letter Men '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 Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward F ort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Basketball COACH - - WILLIAM WILKIE ASS'T. CoACII - WILLIAM CoNNIIvo CAPTAIN - - - JosEPH BONVE MANAGER - LEONARD JoHNsoN 58 Valley Falls 23 Greenwich 20 Corinth 26 St, Mary's 31 Alumni 25 VVhitelIall 23 Granville .. 44 Glens Falls 27 Hudson Falls 14 Whitehall 12 Granville 24 Glens Falls 21 Hudson Falls 26 Bolton 22 St. Mary's Total ......... Total ......... ............... 3 96 Page Fourteen Opponents .........,...................



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THE SIREN, 1938 SIREN STAFF Editor ............................................,...... Michael Ruotolo Business Manager ...............,...., Bradley Wright Circulation Manager ..................... Gilbert Mills Humor Editors- Ronald Powers, John Marine Art Editor .........................,............. Michael Ruotolo Alssistant Art Editor ......... Clothier Maloney Typists- Jean Etu, Thelma johnson, Robert McCarty, Helen Hoag Sport Editors- Jack Whalen, Andrew Shelley Reporters- Goldie Daniels, Muriel Butler, William McCarty Faculty Advisor .................. E. Everett Griffith L...-...Q-.i-Q Editorials The time has come when we should bid our farewell to the Seniors. They are leaving our premises and are going out into the world to make use of the knowledge they have obtained from their twelve years of study in school. VVe hope that they will reach the heights of achievement both in the social and business world. Their success has been attained through many mediums. First there is cooperation, without which no class can work smoothly. Then there is work., Work not only seems to be, but is, the basis. of success. No one can attain success without it. This time of the year seems to be the most melancholy one throughout the whole semester. There is a reason for this and if you have not already guessed it, it is be- cause of Regents. Regents is a peculiar thing and is dreaded by all high school stu- dents, but nevertheless it is required by the state. It does not seem right that a person who works industriously throughout the year at a passable average should repeat the same schedule because he or she got 64 in- stead of 65 on a Regents test. The exams are feared so much that nervousness, fright and worry are often the cause of failures rather than lack of knowledge. But since they are required, you should prepare for them, a few hours of extra study may save you a whole year of school work. Your teachers are more valuable to you than your hooks, without them your books are worth- less and you are helpless. They are here to Page Sixteen . , teach you what they know and it not only is your privilege but your duty to accept this knowledge. The members of the Press Club wish to express their gratitude to the members of the faculty who helped them throughout the whole semester. Without their help, we would have never obtained the success which we have. Their generosity has been a great help and we appreciate it a great deal. -The Editor. "Farewell Seniors with Trust and Best Wishes" To you, members of the class of '38, the school has been beckoning for the past 12 years. The bells of the school have been ringing to you its message, calling you to your classes, calling you to your many tasks through which your teachers, parents, and friends have been sincerely trying to aid you to develop fine character and those qualities which will enable you to take your place in life as worthy citizens of your community, state, and nation. The bells of the school have called you to tasks which were many times odious, summoning you to studies which in your heart you felt were neither useful nor interesting. However, during these past years you have heard and obeyed as they called you to listen and learn. All too often, perhaps, they have not called you to discuss the sterner problems of life nor to face the realities of life. All too often, perhaps, they have merely called you to attend school, to he prepared to recite the lessons assigned to you, and to play and enjoy life when classes were over. They have called you, no doubt, when you wished they were far away, when lessons were not so well fixed in your minds, and when the dread of failure loomed large. The bells of the school will soon be silent to you. But do not think that because you no longer pay attention to the clamor of the school bells that all is ended-for you have but begun. If you think you have completed an education by graduating from high school, you are like the man who, with a drop of water in a teaspoon, boasted that he had corralled the ocean. tContinued on page twenty-twoj

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