Page Four
T H E
P O R T
W E E K L Y
October
I.
1943
Port Beats Oyster Bay, 18-6
SPort Folio
I n w i n n i n g 18-6 over Oyster Bay
last Saturday, Port has aroused i n creasing optimism towards a successful '43 g r i d i r o n campaign.
By D I C K C L A R K
The game was the first for
many of the blue and w h i t e l i n e - B A C K O U R S P O R T S !
men, but much credit is due to
We are all proud of our school
them for paving the way along
and it's traditions of good sportsthe touchdown t r a i l .
manship and team spirit.
The
Contino h i t paydirt twice on teams themselves fight hard to
b r i l l i a n t runs while Mesch ac- cover their school with glory on
counted for the other T. D. The the gridiron, baskeaball court,
Baymen were not a strong outfit baseball diamond, and on the
but fine passing almost proved to track. The girls, although not capbe Port's downfall.
able of these sports, do more than
The game was
exceptionally their share to bolster our good
-clean w i t h neither team d r a w i n g name and play equally as hard as
more tlian t h i r t y yards i n penal- the fellows to gain recognition for
ties. Blocking was found to be a athletic superiority.
b i t ragged but a l i t t l e polish i n
B u t , i t is not the team t l i a t
the r i g h t places should provide a makes the school what i t i s , — i t is
good f r o n t w a l l for our veteran the school t h a t makes the team.
backfield.
I t means a lot to a team to know
The Jine-up was:
Backfield— t h a t their school is not indifferent
Denzel,
Keates,
Contino
and to their effort, but on the field,
Mesch.
Line-Tackles—Mongiello, fighting side by side w i t h them is
N a k e l s k i ; Ends, Younger Ochen- spirit.
Is i t not better to have
k o s k i ; Guards, Pliskin Brandon; them w i n through your support,
Center and Hobbie. Others who than have them lose through your
saw action were:
VanderVoort, " w h a t difference does i t m a k e " a t Clark, Mosher, Fasano, Perley, titude ?
Poole, J . Nakelski and Scott.
The next time our
hlue-jeneyed
The Hicksville game tomorrow warriors ta\e the jfei'd to do battle,
should be an interestinjr mntest icC\ bfiow diem now proud we are
The orange and black trampled a of their efforts.
Let's show
them
very weak South Side team to the that we too, want a victory.
Let's
tune of 50-0. Ed Coleman, bally- ma\e our teams PROUD
of the
hooed halfback, scored three of his school they are fighting for.
teams touchdowns. B u t , Port has
Many men who were once sports
a score to settle w i t h these boys. stars in our schools, are now gold
Remember the "sleeper" which re- stars on our service flags. Those
sulted in a disputed tie last year? men gave their best for their
I f Hicksville lives up to its schools and gave their lives for
press notices, an orange and black their country.
victory is i n sight.
However,
I n school, hundreds, sometimes
newspaper clippings cannot de- thousands, cheered wildly when
feat guts, determination, and team they took to the athletic field
spirit and Port m i g h t w e l l come when they were overseas, 130,000,out on top.
000 American citizens prayed siA n announcement of interest lently when they took to the
has come from the Flower H i U battlefield. On the athletic field
Pharmancy. "One free ice cream they were injured. On the battlesoda for every touchdown to the field they were killed. . Before the
player who scores them."
war, they were hailed as sports
heroes. Now, they are hailed as
dead heroes.
It's the Little Things that Count
T w o and two add up to four.
Four and four make eight:
You and you ran w i n the w a r
These figures indicate.
O, it's not the large amount.
I t ' s the l i t t l e things that count!
Don't forget, put out the light.
Last year's dress s t i l l looks a l l
right,
You can save while others fight:
I t ' s tiie l i t t l e things t h a t count!
Wear the hat you bought last
spring,
Save your paper, w i n d up string.
Pick up pins, don't waste a
thing:
I t ' s the l i t t l e things t h a t count!
L i t t l e strokes fell great oaks,
Help to win the w a r !
They weren't afraid of being i n jured for the glory of their school
colors. They weren't afraid to die
for the glory of their red, white
and blue battle standard.
They
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Entertain School
By B A R B A R A G O O D W I N
Don Pasquale and his comic
here we are, back to the
opera
company entertained the asagain, and to the tune of
Are Your White S o c k s ? , " sembly yesterday.
Mrs. Dandrldge.
The troup is s t a r t i n g a tour and
There was a hockey meeting last they t r i e d their act out on the
Tuesday at which many of the new H i g h School to see how they would
sophomores, the juniors and seni- react.
ors attended.
Gaeta, Test-Pilot Speaks
Thursday
was our first day on
M r . Josepli Gaeta, test pilot for
the hoc\ey field and Friday
every- Grumman A i r c r a f t Co., spoke to
one 1{new it, everyone was
limping the assembly Friday, Sept. 18.
around school and holding their?
The assembly, opened by the new
Some Seniors out for hockey G. O. president, Les Keates, held
are: Joan Borer, Dot Farrely, Ruth the attention of the students while
Lee Seaman, Carol Neuman, Mary M r . Gaeta told a l l about the new
Hoban, Joan Evans, Jackie Fenton, Hellcat.
Katie Ehnat, Betty Antonelle,
Because he had never spoken to
Alice Hall, Mary Ndan. Juniors: a large
assembly before M r .
Inger Molmen, June Miller, Lorene Geata conducted the speech by
Seeber, Marilyn Glaser, Barbara having the students questions.
Goodwin, Ruth Howard, and Betty
Lou Thomas.
Sophomores: Lois Muller, B a r "Friday
bara Lowe, H a r r i e t Chadow;. M a r garet Smith, Kath'^v: ..,i^o..son, A i ST. S t e p h e n s
H e l c ' F n g h i ; and many other new
faics.
Under the expert guidance of
W e w o u l d li\e to see more
]uni- M r . W h i t l e y the St. Stephens
ors and Seniors
on the field this Young Peoples Society plans to
sponsor an evenings e n t e r t a i n coming
wee\.
ment. Come one! Come a l l ! Every
U n t i l then,
F r i d a y evening at 8 P. M .
'Bye now.
There w i l l be bowling, dancing
( s t a r t i n g Nov. 1st) and movies.
fought and died i n the knowledge I f any of you rich men and women
t h a t they were fighting for the w a n t an inexpensive evenings enwelfare of the 130,000,000 A m e r - joyment you know where to come.
icans who backed them to t h e i r
utmost.
Well,
"grind"
"Where
sung by
T h o s e m e n weren't
fighting
for
personal
glory,—they
were
fighting for
their
country
and
the
preservation
of it's symbols
of democracy.
Our school spirit is one
of these symbols. Our teams aren't
fighting for personal
glory
either,
but
they
are fighting
for
our
school.
Let's give them
something
to fight for!
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