VICTORIOUS ATHLETES IN COMPETITION FOR SCHOLASTIC SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP Athletes of Roger Williams (Public School No. 10) at Prospect avenue and Beech street in South Scran ton continue to triumph in competition of the Public Schools Athletic League. The latest' achievement of the Roger Williams pupils was the winning of the city soccer champio.iship by boys of the school. Boys of the same institution of learning captured the city baseball title in 1922, while in 1923 the boys and girls succeeded in winning both basketball championships. This season the Roger Williams boys won the soccer title and the team is rated as one of the best ever developed in grade school circles. Picture above the boys are, first row, left to right Lcroy Kaser, Robert Boettger, Albert Young - man, John Meyers. Middle row Cornelius Chase, Charles Wilcomb, Patrick Tighue (Captain); and Carl Schank. Third row John Jones, James McGinnis, Willard Sikorski, Arthur Bernstein, and Adolph Aebli.