Mr. Lansford, Faculty Manager; Kenneth Gordon, forward; Ernest Wooldridge, forward; Milton Kenney, forward; Mr. Botkin, Coach; Manford Pattee, forward; Neil Bahr, guard; Sherard Henry, guard; Elwin Love, center; Raymond Kimmet, center; Claude Hayden, forward; Glen Kelsey, forward.
Captain Elwin Love
"Perk" is our pivot man. He is one of the best jumpers in the district. He hardly ever failed to get the tip off at center. All of the team plays were centered around Perk. He was the fellow who always dribbled down the floor, lost his opponents by his reverse, and then made a good pass. Perk has one more year to play.
"Kimmey" is the tallest man on the squad and can play basketball at any position, back guard, center and forward. He is a sure shot under the basket. He is also a good defensive player, never failing to fall back on the defense when the opponents have the ball. One more year to play.
"Cop" is the smallest man on the team, but what he lacks in size he makes up for in fight. He has almost endless endurance and when the big fellows think he is easy, they pick themselves up off the floor for their own mistake. He has two more years to play.
"Doc," one of our guards, is quick as a flash and plays a cool-headed game. The opposing player never can pass him, yet he plays them clean. He is a nervy dribbler and passes sure. Two more years to play.
"Nub" is the speed demon of the Lowell aggregation. When Lowell has the ball, he is always the first man down the floor. He is one of the most feared players under the basket. He has one more year to play.
"Petie," our fighting floor guard, is the terror to all forwards. He never falters in his attacks. He is a clean player, plays the ball, and has a spirit that never dies. One more year to play.
"Skinney," one of our forwards, is the best long shot on the team. He has two more years to go.
"Patty," one of our guards, is the highest jumper on the team. He stands right under his opponent's goal and they never get a tip-in. He made the longest shot this year for Lowell. One more year to play.
"Jimmy," the only Freshman in school who made the first team, has a good head, passes sure, and has three more years to play. Watch his record.
Joseph Kanaar, Kenneth Gordon, and Harry Stewart [sic] have worked as hard as any men to make a winning team. At practice sessions they kept the first team going to hold them down. They have the spirit. They have two, two, and one years, respectively, to go.
O, God of baskeball! If such there be,
Listen to a poor fan's plea,
And next year when you hear us sigh,
Help us beat old Crown Point High.