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Post Script (Paul Smiths, N.Y.) 1946-2003, November 29, 1950, Image 3

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November 29, 1950 POST SCRIPT Page Three Men of the Week (continued from page 1) ED HEIM P. S. GRAPPLERS t u n i n g u p It’s tune up time for Paul Smith’s grapplers, coached by former Syracuse cross-country runner and wrestler, Kenneth Norton. Last year the college boasted a team only twice defeated. With the return of five lettermen, Robert Thompson, Jim Suddaby, Art Howe, Doug Blakelock, and Roger Smades, Coach Norton hopes to pi'oduce a winning team this year. The following freshmen aspirants are trying out for positions on the team: Dick Bruce 136, Howie Novitch 145 or 13G class, Dave Lit- v/ack 145 or 136 class, Alan Down­ ing 155, Dick Stryker 128, Pete Brown 135, Frank Eisner 145 and Lars Nordmark heavyweight. Positions are wide open. The winners of the Annual Intra-mural Wrestling Tournament, which will be held on December second, will get a medal in each of the different weight classes. The outcome of this match will decide who is go­ ing to wrestle in our first match which will be with Champlain Col­ lege at Plattsburg on December ninth. The team looks as if it will come through and give P.S.C. a winning season, so let’s all get out and back the team. These fellows have worked hard and deserve our support. SARANAC LAKE BOWLING ACADEMY Open Alley Sat. and Sun. AL KEMP Freshman: height 6 ft. 2 in. Play­ ed for Andrew Jackson High School for two years before com­ ing to Paul Smith’s. During the season of 1948-49 was a member of the sectional championship team which lost in the first elimination tournament in Madison Square Garden. Al can drive hard and is a good set shot from the outside. JIM HOLCOMB: Freshman; height 6 ft. 3 in. All you have to do is look up in the air and you see Jim. The biggest man on the team this year, played his basketball at St. Johns in Platts­ burg. A good shot from anywhere on the floor and rough customer un­ der the boards. OTTO HUHTA: Sophomore; height 6 ft. even. Played four years at Oneonta Sen­ ior High School. During his sopho­ more year was a member of the Ir­ oquois League Championship team and also a member of the Independ­ ent League championship team his junior year. Otto is a good shot from underneath the basket and has a lot of speed and drive. A vet­ eran of last year’s team. ED HEIM: Sophomore; height 5 ft. 11 in. Another veteran of last year’s team, played his basketball at Can­ ton High School for three years. During his stretch in the United States Marine Corps, played with many service teams. Ed is one of the fastest men on the team this year and can shoot from anywhere Exclusive Agents For Stetson Hats Belle-Sharmeer Hosiery KENNEDY’S DRESSES COATS SUITS 89-91 Main St. Telephone 9 TROY LAUNDRY Saranac Lake, N. Y. Pick-up Station — Campus Soda Fountain 8 Bloomingdale A v e Tel. 848 phone 35 Saranac Lake Hardware Plumbing and Heating Metered Gas Service 33 Main St. HEADQUARTERS . . . COLLEGE CLOTHING T. F. FINNIGAN, Inc. 78 MAIN STREET on the court. JOHN PROUT: Sophomore; height 5 ft. 10 in. Played one year at Draper High School in Schenectady in a class B league. Another member of last year’s team. Although John is one of the smallest men on the team he has a good set shot and can drive in hard under the basket. DICK GARDNER: Sophomore; height 5 ft. 11 in. Also a member of last year’s team, played three years at Huntington High School. Was a member of the Suffolk County Championship team during the 1948-49 season. He has a good set shot from the sides of the court. JOHN VAN BUREN: Sophomore; height 5 ft. 9 in. A veteran of last year’s team, play­ ed his basketball at Newburg Free Academy and on Y. M. C. A. town teams. John is a hard scrapper and has a good one-handed driving shot. HARVEY STODDARD: Freshman; height 5 ft. 11 in. Played four years of basketball at Schoharie Central High School During the 1948-49 season he was the member of a hard fighting team which reached the semi-finals in the Schoharie County League. Harvey has prospects of being a good ball player, is a real hustler and has a lot of spirit. DICK CHEVERETTE: Freshman; height 6 ft. 1 in. A graduate of Peru Central High School, where he played three years of basketball. Competed in the Clinton County Interscholastic Le­ ague where they were champs dur­ ing the 194.9-50 season. “Porky,” as J. V.’s READY FOR ACTION The J. V. basketball team has been practicing in the gym for about a month. From this report­ er’s bird’s eye view, it looks like Mr. Huntley’s quintet will be in the winning bracket of the scorebook’s won and lost column. Possessing good freshman material, P. S. C. has the nucleus of a strong ball club carrying all around height and speed. Those out for the J. V. team are: Fred Little, Cy Murphy, Ray Raushi, Bruce McCaffrey, Tom Pandolph, John Balsam, Ned O’Con­ nell, Glen Dimon, John Fox, Fred Demetrowitz and Carmen Canes- taro. This year the J. V.’s will play preliminary games to several of the varsity clashes. Here’s hoping the boys stand up to early fall pre­ dictions and come through with flying colors. CLINTON J. AYRES. Inc. Real Estate and Insurance 44 Main St.— Phone 1 200 VITULLO BROTHERS Tailors Band Box Cleaning System I 1 B’dale Ave. Phone 1 02 Saranac Lake, N.Y. Smith & Blumenthal 96 Main St., Opp. Hotel Saranac Saranac Lake, N. Y. S. W. Smith V. C. Blumenthal Optometrist W atchmaker Phone 696 he is known around school, is a tough man under the boards and has a good shot from close in. GLEN CORL: Freshman; height 6 ft. 2 in. Played a year at Eastern High School at Washington, D. C., then went to Rochester and played two years of Alumni basketball at Mon­ roe High School. Won City Champ­ ionship during first year with Mon­ roe. Because of his size, he is a han­ dy man to have under those boards. Has a good shot from underneath the basket. GLADD BROS, Inc. Saranac Lake, New York Phone 803 Lincoln - Ford - Mercury Guaranteed Used Cars Make The GLADE ROOM your headquarters when visiting Saranac Lake — The Restaurant with the truly Adirondack A t­ mosphere in The New Hotel Alpine CHEESEMAN’S SPORT SHOP Saranac Lake — Phone 361 Dist. of Rawling’s Athletic Equip. Est. 1901 Skates Sharpened Katherine Horton Says: May I Serve you with Corsages for your dances, flowers for your dinner, wedding, banquets HORTON'S GREENHOUSES

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