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2 GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM
First Row: Elsie Raymond, Dorothy Bisbee, Frieda Bruce, Helena Love, Helen Wright.
2 Second Row: Gilbert Potter, Madalene Langvs orthy, Rosalind Daniel, Marcia Fisher.
GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM
As usual the girls were anxious to start
to us. We won one other game. The Cor-
rs, practice. One of the many reasons was our inth girls were victorious, again winning the
-' new coach, Mr. Potter. There were about pennant.
l fifteen girls out. Nearly all of them stayed Next year the team will be exactly the
,- through the season. same. We hope to be more successful next
5 We were ln the Adirondack League with season.
5 Luzerne, Corinth, Fort Ann, South Glens The girls are sorry to have to say good
Q Falls, Glens Falls Academy and Bolton. bye to Coach Potter. Our good wishes go
E Bolton dropped out of the league during the with him.
E season and forfeited the remaining game FRIEDA BRUCE, '31
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BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM
First Row: Wilford Smith, Francis Montena, Beecher Hewitt. Second Row: Gilbert
Potter, Clifton Goodrich, Einest Filkins, Aubrey Hull,
BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM
The Boys' Basketball Team was not very
successful this year, winning but one game
throughout the season. The reason for the
decline of' our record is, for the most part,
the lack of interest shown by the boys in
the High School. It is greatly hoped that
enthusiasm will return for next year's teams.
The team will lose three members this year
but this should not hinder their chance for
success next year.
The team also wishes to thank the public
for the good attendance on their part at the
games, which made the financial end an
easier matter than in former years.
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10 THE CYCLONE
i CRITICISM OF SENIOR PLAY
"The Eighteen Carat Boob," a comedy-
drama in three acts, was presented at Mu-
sic Hall, March 21 and 22, by the Senior
class. The play was a real success, since
the class had spent a great deal of time and
hard work under the supervision of Miss
Zimmerman, Miss Foster and Miss Tubbs.
The plot of the play begins to appear
when Alice Bisnett's gay summer house par-
ty is invaded by a raw and gawky young
hick-a country cousin of one of the guests.
His arrival creates excitement and much
merriment in a household already enjoying
thrills and gooseflesh over the fact that a
daring society jewel thief, known as the
Crow, is at large. Almost every young man
in the vicinity falls under suspicion, notably
Wilford Smith took the well done part of
Jack Merry and deserved much credit for
playing the part of a lover.
Billy Kerns was played by Donald Good-
rich. The part was that of a young fellow
who never liked to go with the rest of the
bunch but could always be found reading
Arthur Dickinson, who played the part of
Mr. Bisnette, was fitted to that part as he
possessed great skill in appearing as a
Ernest Filkins took the part of Charles,
the colored chauffeur, and with George
Hayes as Cora, the colored mammy, added
much laughter to the play.
Raymond Barkville, a detective, was suc-
a detective masquerading as 3 Sung, to Al, cessfully taken by John Hall. Although his 5
ice, also a mysterious young writer who has ldea ee to who the Crew Was' Pt'0Y9d 1'
won Alice's heart. Even Bud, the boobish Wfelf-gr he Sllewell greet Sklll 35 e fleieeilyel
country cousin, gets mixed up in the mys- Kitty' Darling was Well P0rt1'aY9d by Kath' ls
wry, downing when among the girls and ryn Vtoodward, She was constantly quar- a
behind their backs plotting with the detec- fellng Wllll Bllly, Kemsf lle? Sweetheart- g
tive and his accomplice, the new maid, to That' together Wlth her 1159155 when She I
capture and arrest Alice's sweetheart as the talked- brought forth much applause- , '
Crow. After foiling an eiopement of the ,Jung Reynolds Pl-eyed llle P?l't Of Allee :
lovers, the plotters accomplish their end, Bmlettef the daughter of Mr' Btsflett? Her F
only to find that their captive is not the leye fer Jeek Merry, and llel' fallll 111 him
Crow, but that he has been captured else, gave the part which is most essential to ev- 5
where, Nevertheless everything turns out WX Playgthlf lgve affair- , 1 ,th
happily for everyone- una ar vi. e, w o was in eague wi X:
of tge,r1g,g ya E:z:V.i2aa2.fsst5z2.i, my gl
falliugpcfic mg an 0 e 8 HW 0 use Constance Hayes and Ruth O. Cameron
' took the parts of Daisy and Bella, friends '
Paul Russell took the humorous part Of of Alice Bisnette. They both did their parts e
Bud, The Eighteen Carat Boob." This part Well as giddish yo,-mg Happen' '.
Suited Paul he Pftffectlotl as he '15 Some' In short, everyone seemed to be suited to ,
what of 3- Cftmedlan' H15 C10W?ll1g when his part and the play was produced in such ui
among the gms' then mastlueradmg ee one a way that it did credit 'to its members and ESI
of them. created much laughter in the audi- to the directors. Q'
ence and a great deal of applause. JULIA A WINSLOW ,30
JUNIOR CLASS NEWS
As Freshmen and Scphomores we did the er at Music Hall. Early in the year we gave if
usual things. We gave many parties to an assembly program from "David Copper- ,s
which everyone liked to come. field." Later we took part in the Book 'E
As Juniors we elected the following ofii- Week program. We expect to have another N,
cers: President, Frieda Bruceg vice presi- outing before school closes. We have a great D
dent, Billy Royce, secretary-treasurer, C. deal of work to do for Commencement, A i
Walton Stone. We again asked Miss Foster Commencement dance will wind up affairs. '
to be our faculty advisor. We started our We expect our dance to be a big success. e
activities with a hike. The next thing we All of us are looking forward to the Wash- gl
did was to order our class rings-the most ington trip with anticipation. ,
important event in the life of a Junior. We , lf'
E gave two parties, one at the school, the oth- FRIEDA BRUCE' 31 fi
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