|Top row, left to right: Meadows, Gould, Gray, Hunt, Wilson,|
Slattery, Greene, Grimes, Coach Clascock.
Bottom row: McAlevy, Rudy, Shaw, Jones, Clements, Nicholson.
1913 was the first year the C-Men were shown in a CHS yearbook for "earning" a letter. But, before these men could earn such honors, athletics took an overhaul!
The yearbook mentioned that every student should take an active interest in some branch of athletics because it teaches prompt action, obedience, and self-control. It is also noted that "brain is as great a necessity in the make-up of a team, as brawn."
Officers listed for the Association in 1904 were:
- President Pierce
- Vice-president Johnson
- Secretary Jennison
- Treasurer Shephard