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Page 43 text:
The cross-counTry Team, coached by Mr. SCHEDULE
Menna, had a successTul season. The Troians had
Tour vicTories and Two deTeaTs. The long disTance
runners placed -TiiTh ouT oT ThirTeen schools in The
DisTricT Championship which was held aT The
Cabb's Creek Golf Course in Philadelphia.
The Team won iTs meeTs wiTh AbingTan, Haver-
Tord and BoyerTown, and in The lasT meeT aT The
season, aT Lansdale, The Troians won by a scare
of 23-32. In This meeT, Ambler's WesTly Kerns
esTablished a new course record and The Team
had Tour ouT aT The TirsT Tive runners To Tinish The
race. During The season, Ambler bowed To Lans-
dale and CenTral High School. MosT of The
squad was made up oT new runners. The boys
worked hard, Training Tar The Two and one-halT
mile run. iT was due To The enThusiasm oT The
Team and The work oT Their able coach, Mr.
Menna, ThaT The Trojan harriers came Through
wiTh a good record.
Ambler . .... 24 AbingTon .. .,..3l
Lansdale .. .... 25 Ambler .. ....3O
Ambler . .... 20 Haverford ... .,..35
Ambler . .,,. 22 BoyerTown ... ,...33
CenTral lPhila.l ,... 20 Ambler .. ,,.. 35
Ambler . ........ 23 Lansdale .. . . . .32
NoTe: Low scare wins in cross-counTry.
Angelo F. Menna, Coach
WalTer Ka rpecilc, Ca pf.
7. Lloyd Mifsch
8. John Spears
9, Franlr Thomas
IO. RoberT Thompson
I I. HerberT Williams
l2. Edward Wyrwas
Manager, RoberT Janes
FirsT Row: R. Jones, E. Wyrwas, H. Bullard, R. Thompson, L. MiTch, C. Gambino.
Second Row: J. Spears, H. AshTon, W. Kearns, Mr Menna, W. Karpecilc, E. KreTchmer, H. Williams.
Page 42 text:
Only Three leTTermen: Lane, CurTis and Mc-
Firsf Row: D, Camassa, H. OTT, H. Whisler, A. Presberry, M. GanT, F. Serrao, J. Johnson, A. Meroila,
W. Jackson, J. Heywood, E. Kelly.
Second Row: E, KreTschmer, H. Williams, D. Fernandez, E. Zerbonski, W. Kerns, C. CurTis, P. Lane,
W. Ball, J. l-lolz, M. Camasso, M. MasTramaTTo, W. TaTe.
Third Row: Mr. Lauder. J. Signore, F. Rocchino, C. Gambino, W. Kalb, W. Marana, R. Parker, C.
Lucas, G. Leh. E. McCourT, J. Finore, R. Thompson, W. LiTTle.
Fourfh Row: J. Newman, A. McCoy, P. Sandilos, L. Davies, D. WalberT, J. Spears, G. Marlcley, D.
F'isTelli, R. Shoemalcer, B. Engle.
Ambler High Schools I94I Track Team lived
up To The Tine TradiTian ThaT has been esTab-
lished by The Track Teams aT Tormer years. Under
The waTchTul eye aT Their new coach, Mr. Lauder,
The Traclc candidaTes developed inTa well-Trained,
well-disciplined aThleTes, capable aT giving Tine
performances in all The evenTs.
Facing one aT The TaughesT schedules ever
encounTered by an Ambler Team, Coach Lauder
wasTed no Time in calling Tor candidaTes. Run-
ners, as well as boys who inTended To parTicipaTe
in The weighT evenTs. reparTed early in The Spring.
Whenever The weaTher was naT TiT, The Tellows
worked auT in The gym.
CarT, reTurned To The squad This year. Coach
Lauder deserves a greaT deal aT crediT Tar his
paTience an-d unTiring eTTorTs in worlcing wiTh
many inexperienced boys, and Tor his abiliTy Ta
Turn ouT a very capable Team.
ThroughouT The Tough campaign, The runners
held up excepTionally well, improving wiTh each
meeT. Their Tine perTormances may be aTTribuTed
direcTly To Their excellenT condiTianing and To
Their peTsisTenT work. Williams and KreTchmer
proved To be mainsTays among The milers. Half-
milers included AshTan, Lucas and LiTTle. CurTis
usually led The Ambler quarTer-milers while The
hundred-yard dash and The Two-TwenTy-yard dash
were run by CurTis, HoTFman, Gransby and TaTe.
One aT Ambler's chieT prides was The Junior High
relay Team composed aT Marana, Kalb, STevens,
and Leh. This group perTormed very well cover-
ing a good biT aT TerriTory in remarkably shorT
Time. The hurdles were usually run by Lane, Ball,
CuriTs led The Ambler high jumpers ThroughouT
The season buT Coles and HasTings also per-
Tarmed well in ThaT evenT. The chief pole vaulT-
ers were McCorT. Camassa, and HasTings. Lane
and Ball carried The brunT aT The worlc in The
discuss and shoT puT evenTs. The mainsTays in
The broad iurnp evenT were CurTis and Gransby.
Ambler laclsed iavelin Thrawers This year, buT
MasTromaTTa, l-lolz and Ball held up Ambler's
end aT This evenT.
The Traclc season was a successTul one and The
perTormance aT The boys This year can lead us To
believe ThaT There will be an even beTTer Traclc
season in I943.
April I7 CenTral High ... .... Home
April 22 DaylesTown ..,..,... ...... H ame
April 29 BrisTol .........,....... .......... H ame
May 2 Ursirius lnTerscholasTics .... , ...Collegeville
May 9 ManTgamery CounTy MeeT
May I3 Lower Merion ....... ,,.... . .Lower Merion
May I6 P. l. A. A. DisTricT MeeT ..... ..Upper Darby
May 20 NarrisTawn .,..,,..............., NorrisTawn
May 23 Springfield .,..,,.....,.......... Springfield
May 23 P. l. A. A. STaTe Championship. .STaTe College
May 29 BuxmonT League MeeT. ,, ,.......... Sell-Perl:
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Firsf Row: E. Kelly, G. Leh, W. Kalb, W, Marana, J. Signore, C. Dager, F. Rocchino, J. Finore, O.
VonAppen, Mr. Kunsman.
Second Row: R. Grazaino, J. Rocchino, J. DelConfe, J. Serrafore, A. Bimson, A. Zafforano, C. Deon
E. Gransby, W. Pugliese, J. DeLuca.
Third Row: H. Hoffman, C. Rainey, F. DeRienzo, D. Pisfelli, L, Angelichio, L. Hopwood, J, Wolf, B,
.JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL.
The Junior High foofball Team, coached by Mr. Kunsman, found fhe going a
liffle hard of firsf, buf The Blue and Gold came fhrough wifh a fine record. Togefher
fhe Team wenf info baffle: win, lose, or draw, fhe Trojans always foughf hard.
The Blue and Gold opened fhe season wifh fheir old rival, Thomas Williams, and
were sef back by a I3-6 score. The following week fhey fell fo a sfrong Weldon
feorn, 6-O. This was only fhe beginning. The Troians nexf mef Abingfon and were
deleafed by a score of 32-6.
A liffle discouraged, fhe Blue and Gold fearn came back fighfing and fools
fhe spark auf of Elkins Park by defeofing Them I3-6. They ended fheir schedule by
defeafing Lansdale, I4-O, in a fine exhibifion of foofboll and 'rhus closed a hard
I IO-POUND FOOTBALL
Firsf Row lSiHingl: W. Jackson
J. Hawkes, H, Wolff, D, Comassa
H. Mahoney, D. Comburn, W
MacLoughlin, J. Haywood, C
Plefscher, E. Dean.
Second Row: Mr. Moak, H. Whis
ler, manager: A. Carr, E. Gan?
M. Ganf, W. King, J. Haywood
A. Zaffarano, T. Masfrornaffeo
B. Douglass, C. Seymore, C
Mann, E. Off, manager.
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