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Southampton, PA Upper Southampton High School 1935 Basketball Team

Submitted by old yearbooks on October 16, 2009 - 1:12am


Southampton, PA Upper Southampton High School 1935 Basketball Team


On the team (and probably in the photograph): George Robinson - captain, George Settle, ______ Gillespie, William MacCorkle.

Also in the photograph: Neilson H. Pinkerton and F. Eugene Klinger

The names of the rest of the players are unknown. Perhaps you might recognize some of them.

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3 comments posted
USHS basketball team photo - 1935

The man on the far right is Claude W. Lodge (my father), who was the coach of this team. Mr. Eugene Klinger was indeed the high school principal, but he is not pictured. I am not sure who the other man in the photo is. My father started teaching at USHS ins 1934 and coached all of the boys' sports teams.

Posted by Cyndi (Lodge) Detwiler (not verified) on December 9, 2009 - 2:01pm
Upper Southampton High School...can u help me?


I'm hoping you are reading this, since I am hoping you might be able to help me. I am trying to acquire the school colors and the athletics teams nickname for this school and I was wondering if this yearbook would have that info that you might be able to give me? I have been trying all over to find out this info for foootball records and have had no success. I'm hoping you still have this yearbook and might be able to look for me if you can find the time. Any reply would be most appreciated and I thank you for your time. Mike

Posted by Mike (not verified) on March 31, 2010 - 5:59pm
USHS basketball team picture 1935


I don't actually have this yearbook. I know the athletic teams' nickname was "Greyhounds", and their colors were blue and gray. I don't think they played football at USHS in 1935 because the school was so small; football probably started a few years later. The earliest USHS yearbook I have is 1941.


Posted by Cyndi (not verified) on June 26, 2010 - 12:21am