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of those fellows who went out and played ball as representatives
of the school. They did a fine job, let's give them the thanks they
deserve.

HERBERT ROSENOFF

FARM SCHOOL WINS OPENER 39-30

The Green and Gold quintet opened their season on January 10
with a 39-30 victory over Williamson Trade School.

The game got off to a slow start and at half time the score stood
at 14-10 in favor of the Farmers. At the midway mark Farm
School began to play a faster brand of ball ending the game with
a 39-30 count in their favor. Paul Schomp was high scorer with 11
points.

NFS Fg. F. Pts. Williamson Fg. F. P

Long 1 2 4 Delich 1 3 5

Schomp 4 3 11 Smith 2 2 6

Clancey, W 2 3 7 Westley 1 1 3

Orapchuck 2 4 Whalen 1 2

Reeves 3 1 7 Granus 1 2

Marquardt 2 2 Moleski 1 2 4

Rosen 1 2 Brown 2 1 5

Newman 1 1 Collive 1 1 3

Dvoor 1 1 — — —

— — — 10 10 30

13 13 39

N.F.S. & J.C. WINS CLOSE ONE FROM ECKELS

The second game of the season on January 14 turned out to be
a nip and tuck affair as the Green and Gold Quintet edged out
Eckels College by a 46-45 margin.

With the Mortuary boys in the lead until the last period of play,
the Farmers put on a last minute spurt to edge out Eckels by a 1
point margin. Dick Reeves was high man in this game with 12
points.

21



NFS Fg.

Long 2

Reeves 6

Schomp 1

Orapchuck 3

Ginsburg 1

Clancey, F 1

Clancey, W 2

Marquardt 1



F.


Pts,


1


5





12


4


6


4


10





2


1


3


1


5


1


3



Eckels Fg.

Rupp 7

Reed 2

Mawlinnev 2

Markas 2

Hoover 2

Lehman 2

Burch

Lucas 1



F.


Pts.


1


15





4





4


1


5





5





4


1


1


5


7



17 12 46



18 9 45



FARMERS TROUNCED BY VILLANOVA FROSH

With two wins to their credit, the Farmers journeyed to Villa-
nova on January 21 to take on the yearlings and came out on the
short end of a 102-37 massacre.

It seemed that Villanova just had it, and w^as too much for Farm
School. White of Villanova was high scorer with 39 points as
against 12 for Paul Schomp.
NFS Fg. F. Pts.

Long 2 2

Ginsburg 2 4

Reeves 2 1 5

Schomp .5 2 12

Serridge 1 2

Orapchuck 4 8

Morton 1 1 3

Larder 1 1

15 7 37



Villanova Fg.

Solinsky 5

Lachax 14

White 18

Kane 3

Eng ■ 1

Gecker

Oelz 4

Barr 1



F.


Pts,





10


4


32


3


39


1


7





2


2


2





8





2



46 10 102



SCRANTON KEYSTONE 68; FARMERS 33

Trying to get into the win column again. Farm School travelled
up to Scranton Keystone on January 24 to lose their second
straight game 68-33.

At half time the score stood at 36-21 in favor of Scranton. The
Farmers were in particularly poor shape by the long hard trip in
the worst weather that the winter had seen. Orapchuck was high
scorer with 12 points.

NFS Fg. F. Pts. Scranton-Keystone Fg. F. Pts.

Morton .226 Rees 10 1 21

Ginsburg 1 1 Prebor 5 10

Schomp 3 1 7 Carter 8 16

Clancey, W. 1 2 Beal 2 4

Orapchuck 6 12 Lisk 2 2

Gold 10 2 Reynolds 6 2 14

Long Oil Evans 1 1

Larder 10 2 _ _ _

— — — 31 6 68

14 5 33



TEACHERS TOP FARMERS 71-38

Still gunning for their third win after dropping two straight, the
Green and Gold Quintet cro.ssed the river to Gla.ssboro on January
31, only to lose their third straight game, 71-38.

It was another one of those games where Farm School didn't
have it. At half time, the score was 36-21 in favor of Glassboro.
Rosen was high man for the Farmers with 10 points.

22



NFS Fg. F. Pts. Glassboro Fg. F. Pts.

Larder 11 2 Rahme 3 1 7

Klapman 1 1 3 Huber 3 2 8

Schomp 3 2 8 Horowitz 3 1 7



F.


Pts,





2


1


3


2


8





4


2


6


1


5


2


10



F.


Pts


3


9


1


11


7


19





4


7


21





6



Orapchuck 2 4 Nutt 6 3 15

Ginsburg 2 2 6 Brandt 6 1 13

Clancey, F 2 1 5 Ridge 1 2

^osen 4 2 10 Boswick 3 2 8

— — — Smith 2 4

15 8 38 Kinkier 2 1 5

Davis 1 2

30 11 71

GOLDEY COLLEGE 70; N. F. S. & J. C. 59

Back on their own court after an absence of almost two weeks,
Farm School came up against Goldey which had a seven and one
record at that time.

Showing one of their best performances seen up to date, the
Farmers looked like they might have a chance to win. At half time
the score stood at 39-25 in favor of Goldey but, in the third quarter
the home quintet came within six points of tying the game. The
final score was 70-59 in favor of Goldey. Schomp was high scorer
in this game with 22 points.

NFS Fg. F. Pts. Goldey Fg.

Orapchuck 3 1 7 Jones 3

Ginsburg 1 2 Foster 5

Schomp 10 2 22 Stuffenberg 6

Rosen 5 1 11 Morris 2

Clancey, W 1 1 3 Burns 7

Clancey, F 1 2 Wadman 3

Gold 4 8 ___

Klapman 1 2 4 26 18 70

26 7 59

FARMERS WIN 69-67

Playing a return engagement with Glassboro State Teachers
College on February 7, the Farmers broke their 4 game losing
streak winning a close game over the teachers, 69-67.

Glassboro, off to a quick start, led until the third quarter, at
which time the lead changed hands several times with Farm School
going out in front to stay with only minutes left to play.

At half time Glassboro was leading 35-29. Schomp was high
scorer for the Farmers with 20 points.
NFS Fg.

Klapman

Reeves 8

Schomp 8

Rosen 3

Gold 2

Clancey, W 1

Orapchuck 3

— — — 22 23 67

25 19 69

VILLANOVA FROSH 70; FARM SCHOOL 45

On February 9, the Farm School Quintet hoping to break even
with Villanova, lost again to them by a score of 70-45. Villanova,
off to an early lead, began rolling up the score immediately. At
half time the Yearlings were leading 40-29.

23



F.


Pts.


Glassboro


Fg.


F.


Pts.


1


1


Ridge


2


1


5


3


19


Brandt


3


5


11


4


20


Horowitz


6


6


18


5


11

4


Rahme


8


4
3


?0





Nutt





3


2


4


Smith


. .. . 3


4


10


4


10















The Farmers were off that night and looked pretty poor on the
floor. Schomp was high man for Farm School with 16 points.



Fg.



NFS

Orapchuck 3

Reeves

Schomp 5

Gold 2

Rosen , . . 3

Clancey. W 1

Ginsburg 1

Klapman 2



Pts.

6

3
16

5

6



Villanova Fg.

Gavin 8

Oelz 7

Dolan 5

Solinsky 2

Gecker 5

Foley 3



F.


Pts.


2


18


1


15


2


12


4


8


1


11





6



30 10 70



17 11 45



FARMERS LOSE SIXTH GAME OF SEASON

What should have been an easy win over the Military Boys from
\'alley Forge on February 11 turned out to be a 65-56 loss for the
Farmers.

The first half was a see-saw affair with the lead changing hands
several times. At half time Valley Forge began pulling away to
make the final count 65-56. Reeves took scoring honors for both
teams with 23 points.



NFS Fg. F. Pts.

Orapchuck 2 4

Klapman 1 2

Schomp 1 4 6

Reeves 9 5 23

Rosen 3 4 10

Clancey, W 4 1 9

Ginsburg 1 2

21 14 56



Valley Forge Fg. F. Pts.

Arendt 9 2 20

Betts 4 3 11

Exner 4 2 10

Stout 4 3 11

Doutherty 4 1 9

Downing 1 2

Michael 1 2

27 11 65



WESLEY BEATS FARM SCHOOL 51-33

On February 14, N.F.S. & J.C. journeyed to Delaware to play
Wesley Junior. College and brought home a 51-33 defeat.

This was another game which should have been won by the
Bulldogs. Playing poor ball all the way, the Farmers were losing
32-16 at the half, although in the third quarter they held Wesley
down to making only two points. Schomp was high scorer for
Farm School with 10 points.



NFS
Reeves
Schomp
Rosen

Clancey, W.
Orapchuck
Ginsburg



Fg.

. 4
4
2


. 1
1



Pts.

9
10

5

3

3

3



Wesley Fg.

Maggio 2

Spicer 1

Kavser 3

Shalley 4

O'Rourke 6

Martin 2

Booth



F.


Pts,


3


7


1


3


1


7


6


14


1


13


2


6


1


1



12 9 33



18 16 51



BUSINESSMEN 64; FARMERS 45

The N.F.S. & J.C. five dropped their fourth straight game and
eighth lo.ss of the season on February 18 to Palmer Business School
to the tune of 64-45.

As in the three previously played games they fell behind early
in the game and couldn't get that extra zip needed to win. At half

24



time the score stood in Palmer's favor, 22-12. Orapchuck was high
scorer for the Farmers with 8 points.



NFS Fg. F. Pts.

Reeves 3 6

Klapman 1 2

Orapchuck 4 8

Ginsburg 1 2

Schomp 1 1 3

Clancey, F 2 1 5

Rosen 2 2 6

Newman 1 2

Gold 1 1

Larder 3 6

Kuehn 1 2

Akers 1 2

20 5 45



Palmer Fg.

Donahue^ F 6

Armstrong 6

Harrison 5

Donahue, J 2

Shields 4

Vickers 1



F. Pts.



1


13


5


17


2


12


2


6


5


13


1


3



24 16 64



N.F.S. BREAKS LOSING STREAK

On February 21, the Farm School basketeers came back after
losing 4 straight games to roll up their fourth win of the season
by the score of 46-35 over Fort Washington Military Academy.

Neither team played spectacular ball, but a height advantage in
Farm School's favor made up the difference. At half time Farm
School was winning 23-11. Schomp was high for the Bulldogs
with 12 points.



NFS Fg.

Schomp 5

Reeves 5

Gold 3

Rosen 2

Ginsburg 2

Clancey, W 2

19



F.


Pts.


2


12





10


1


7


3


7


1


5


1


5



8 46



Ft. Washington Fg. F. Pts.

Groves 1 1

Legacki 3 1 7

Pownall 3 3 9

Dougherty 2 1 5

Ambrose 5 2 12

Messa 1 1

13 9 35



N.F.S. & J. C. 60; SCRANTON KEYSTONE 53

Playing their best game of the season while employing a new
system of offense and defense, the Farmers turned back Scranton
Keystone 53-60.

Holding the lead most of the way, the Farmers looked their
best, playing a man-to-man defense throughout the game and
using three men in bringing the ball down when on the offense.

At half time the score was in Farm School's favor, 30-24. Dick
Reeves was high scorer with 20 points.



NFS Fg.

Larder 4

Schomp 7

Reeves 9

Gold 3

Rosen 3



F.


Pts.


2


10


2


16


2


20


1


7


1


7



Ft. Washington Fg.

Reynolds 5

Rees 3

Carter 6

Morante 1

Prebor 6

Beal



F.


Pts,


4


14


1


7


1


13


1


3


3


15


1


1



26 8 60



21 11 53



F.W.M.A. BEAT FARMERS ON POOR COURT

Travelling over to Fort Washington Military Academy to play
a return engagement with the Military Boys resulted in a surpris-
ing loss for the Bulldogs.

25



F.


Pts.


3


15


3


7


2


16





6





6



The Farmers, encountering the poorest court of the season in
size, lighting and condition, were trailing 26-20 at half time. At
the three quarter mark they were behind by only two points but a
big splurge by the soldiers told the story, resulting in the 50-32
loss for the Green and Gold Quintet. Schomp was high scorer for
Farm School with 12 points.

NFS Fg. F. Pts. Ft .Washington Fg.

Larder 1 1 3 Stevenson 6

Schomp 4 4 12 Casey 2

Reeves 5 1 11 Pownall 7

Rosen 2 4 Dougherty 3

Clancey, W 1 2 McCourt 3

13 6 32 21 8 50

N.F.S. &J.C. LOSES TO BROWN PREP

On Saturday March 6 the Bulldogs dropped their tenth game of
the season to Brown Prep 71-39.

Brown jumped out to an early lead and was never behind. At
half time, Brown Prep held the lead 41-15. The Farmers were
definitely playing a team way out of their class when they took on
Brown Prep.

Paul Schomp was high scorer for Farm School with 13 points.

NFS Fg. F. Pts. Brown Prep Fg.

Larder 1 1 3 Gallagher 3

Schomp 6 1 13 Feeney 2

Reeves 2 1 5 Hauser 2

Gold 1 2 Kitlas 2

Rosen 4 2 10 Hendler 6

Orapchuck 2 4 Brancato 10

Klapnian 1 2 Booros 4

Lang 2

31 9 71



F.


Pts,


1


7





4


3


7





4


2


14


2


22


1


9





4



17 5 39



FARMERS END SEASON WITH 46-37 WIN

The Farm School quintet ended its long, hard basketball season
on March 10 with a 46-37 win over Wesley Junior College. The
season's record shows six wins and ten losses.

The Farmers took the lead in the opening minutes of play and
were out in front all the way. Both teams were off to a slow start
ending the first quarter with an 8-1 count in favor of Farm School.
However, neither team showed anything spectacular on the court;
the manner of play indicated that it was the last game of the sea-
son for the Green and Gold.

At half time Farm School was leading 17-10. Rosen was high
scorer with 17 points.

NFS Fg. F. Pts. Wesley J. C. Fg. F. Pts.

Ginsbuig 1 1 Booth 2 4

Schomp 2 15 Sickeler 1 2

Reeves . 4 3 11 Martin 7 1 15

Clancey, W. .4 4 12 Kayser 2 4

Rcsen 8 117 O'Rourke 1 3 5

— — — Maggio 2 3 7

IS 10 46 _ _ _

15 7 37

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