OCR Interpretation

The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, April 08, 1929, Image 9

Image and text provided by White Plains Public Library

Persistent link: http://dev.nyshistoricnewspapers.org/lccn/sn2001062090/1929-04-08/ed-1/seq-9/

Thumbnail for 9
THE DAILY PRESS; WHITE PLAINS, N. Y„ MONDAY, APRIL 8, 1929 North Westchester School Fives Complete Their 1928 Basketball Season Local Boys Who Fought Against Heavy Odds — Undaunted they kept on in face of certain defeat in the league.contest, taking several games at the season's end. This improved their morale greatly and the team is preparing to put up a stiff fight next year. Those shown above are. front row. left to right: William Dclafield. William Mager. Captain Frank Landi. El ­ mer Mikkelsen and Carlcton Cornell. Back row. Coach W. Homer Ball. Thomas McAdams. William Buckhout. Albert Nie- bcr. Maurice Hays. Arnold Thomas. William Ingram and Manager C. Knowles. High School Champions of All Northern Westchester — The Yorktown Heights H. S. basketball team which won the Northern County Intcrscholastic Championship for 1928-29. winning seven out of eight games. The members, of the team are. standing, left to right: Curry. Tompkins. Strong. Wagenpfcil. Byglin. Mongers, Labor, and Coach Comcowich. Seated are Brown. Kiefer. Williams. Smith and Dutraina. Champions of No*tK Westchester — The 1929 Bedford Hills High School girls' basket ­ ball team wbfch won the championship of the Northern Westchester School League. Their final victory was won against Pleasantville after they had been in a tic for first.place with that team and Yorktown's. They are, left to right and standing: Anna Ryan. Natalie Cof- fe y. Dorothy Gechin and Id*, H yde. Sitting, left to right, kgeel^pg: Margaret Agor. Mary Trcla and Anna .Trela. High School Basketball Las­ sies. By defeating 7 of their 11 opponents during the 1928-29 season just past, the Mount Kisco High School court las ­ sies captured the Goody Shop 'trophy. The players, from left to right, are. top row: The Misses Mary Rawlings. Mar ­ garet Rawlings. Bertha- Hunt ­ er. Jeanne Merriam, Elizabeth Vaughan and Coach C. W. Burden: secon^ row: The Mis ­ ses Agnes Johnson. Elizabeth Reimstadt. Captain Elizabeth D w y e c. Emma Zimmerman and Miriam Muliey: bottom row: The Misses Annes Adams and N a ncy Eschen. Maroon and White Quintet. 1928-29^ — Eight victories and four defeats for a winning percentage of .666 was the record set this season b y^ Do c Burden's high school quintet. Pictured from left tonight, they are. top row: Manager Russell. Ticknor. John Salvati. Jotm O'Brien, William Skinner. Norton Schon feld, James Eschen and Coach C. W. Burden; bottom row: Em­ erson Bancroft. Harold Crane. Captain Andy Marchiano, Lester French and Carme Bagnato. ' Pleasantville Girls' Team at Season's End — Above appears t'>c cal school to the threshold of victory only to lose the league ct hen the hands of Bedford Hills. They are. back row. left to right: Janet Mary Legate. Dorothy Van Twisk. Gwyndolyn^Hcelcr. Agnes . !:son, Mary Lobdcll and Miss Knowles, coach. Front row: Helen Ann Duble. Peggy Ames and Anita Derby, - w- T . ' , •

xml | txt