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Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette June 23, 1974. Sam Mele has fought all the baseball wars and won most, the 51 year old is content to be a troubleshooter in the Boston red Sox organization.Newspaper Clipping 06CL 8018
Newspaper clipping, By Andy Lamb. Ernie Davis All American football hero, an estimated 1,400 friends and admirers the biggest sports banquet in local history. Praised by President John F. Kennedy and Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller. Newspaper Clipping070102
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette November 30, 1959. Al Mallette, Marty Harrigan and Ernie Davis in a Sports Round Table discussion, pumping Ernie full of questions on his favorite pasttime Football.Newspaper Clipping070103
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1959. Our Own "Elmira Express" Elegant Ernie, Mr First Down and The Syracuse Smacker, nicknames various writers have given him.Newspaper Clipping070104
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette December 16, 1961. Ernie Davis leads the Syracuse mates against Miami the Liberty Bowl game in Philadelphia's Municipal Stadium.Newspaper Clipping070105
Newspaper clipping By Al Malette 1961. Ernie Davis will receive the biggest tribute awarded a college football player the Heisman Trophy.Newspaper Clipping070106
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1961. The Elmira Express (Ernie Davis) was in New York for the Ed Sullivan TV Show and a party staged by Look for twenty two All American players.Newspaper Clipping070107
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette August 24, 1969. Ernie Davis Named All-Time All East. Ernie whose fabulous career was cut short in 1963 age 23 he lost eight month battle with leukemia.Newspaper Clipping070108
Newspaper clipping, Least We Forget, By Al Mallette. Ten years ago May 22, 1963 Ernie Davis was laid to rest at Woodlawn Cemetery.Newspaper Clipping070109
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette October 14, 1979. Ernie Davis, his induction into the College Football Hall of Fame is most deserving and appreciated by those who knew him and loved him. Newspaper Clipping070110
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette May 15, 1983. Twenty years after his death the Davis legend lives on.Newspaper Clipping070112
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette , The Quarterback "Otto Graham". Graham will be the main speaker at the first Elmira College Athletic Awards banquet. Graham was All-American at Northwestern in 1943. Newspaper Clipping070201
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette, Jim Brown--All-American will be at the Notre Dame banquet and college coach, Ben Schwartzwalder. Newspaper Clipping070202
Newspaper clipping. By Al Mallette. John Unitas the dazzling Balitmore Colts quarterback who will talk football at the annual Notre Dame banquet at the Mark Twain Hotel. Newspaper Clipping070202
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette, Cris Crissy and Anthony (Tony) Collins long-time running backs find themselves united with the New England Patriots.Newspaper Clipping070204
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette December 6, 1963. Pete Carlesimo the old school of football was in Elmira at the Academy football party.Newspaper Clipping070205
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette April 11, 1964. Words to Live By". "There is no substitute for victory". Some one may have said before General Douglas MacArthur, but he brought the motto on every sport page in the fall of 1944.Newspaper Clipping070206
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette August 8, 1976. Bob Waterfield former Los Angeles Rams QB and a member of pro football's Hall of Fame. Being a Bicentennial year, would be nice to bring him back. As he was born in Elmira.Newspaper Clipping070207
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette July 26, 1981. Jan Van Duser, among the NFL's hierarchy, he is Director of Operation for the NFL.Newspaper Clipping070208
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette November 1982. "A top quarterback who never got his due". Benny Friedman a two-time All-American back in Michigan.Newspaper Clipping070209
Newspaper clipping. By Al Mallette. How the LPGA Corning Classic was born. Bill Griffiths made a suggestion durning a Corning Country Club's Board Meeting in September 1977 and the idea took off from there.Newspaper Clipping07 0301
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette. "Flynn's mighty shot in the dark". Jack Flynn's birdie was shot 27 years ago in the fifth Elmira Country Club Best Ball. Newspaper Clipping070302
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette. Jack Nicklaus, The Golden Bear of pro golf circuit. Played at the Mark Twain Golf Course with Mike Rybak, Frank Socash and Bill Tryon.Newspaper Clipping07 0303
Newspaper clipping, Elmira's Golf of Fame to induct four. J. Sloat Fassett who brought golf to the Elmira area, Tom Bonnar who built golf into a major porgram, Howard Tryon, the first nationally-touring Elmira golfer and John G. McDowell won ten Strathmont Cups are entrants into Elmira's Gulf Hall of Fame.Newspaper Clipping070304
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette August 29, 1968. Doug Sanders and Gary Girmind the two golfing greats in town for the All Sports golf exhibition at the Mark Twain course.Newspaper Clipping070305
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