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The end of the decade

December 26, 2009
HOWARD RILEY

This week's column is a collection of photos.

Article Photos

THE?SARANAC?LAKE?HIGH?SCHOOL?BASEBALL?TEAM in the early 1900s. Front row from left: Vernon Jordan (later Dr. Jordan, a dentist); Duke Ryan, who appears to have three legs, (later husband of Marie Ryan who owned the newsroom in the Hotel Saranac); Walter Kelly, Kerry Kelly’s grandfather (who later played the part of an Indian in the movie, “Perils of Pauline” shot near Lower Saranac Lake); Coach Howard V. Littell, (later Superintendent of Schools for 33 years); next unidentified; Ignatius Neubauer, (John Neubauer’s Dad) and Vic Jordan, Vernon’s brother; second row from left: Bill Calhoun, Leon Kingman and Jack Walker, who participated as a speed skater in the 1924 Olympic Winter Games in Chamonix, France. Next unidentified. Kerry Kelly provided the picture, Wally Gay the identification.

 
 

 

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