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Collection TitleCL 80 Al Mallette PapersCreatorChemung County Historical Society
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Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1983. Joe Lemak hangs up coaching gear after 35 years at Watkins Glen High School.Newspaper Clipping040621
Newspaper clipping, By Ed Weaver 1984, Coaches of Year: Volleyball's Skidmore of Horseheads High School, and Ann Giffith Canton High School. Newspaper Clipping040623
Document, Kiwanis Female Team Coach of the year June 6, 1994, Horseheads High School, nominee Warren Conklin.Document040625
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette August 9, 1984. Jack Radzavicz and Dick Senko, this year have been voted into the Elmira Football Hall of Fame.Newspaper Clipping040701
Newspaper clipping, Change of Pace by Al Mallette October 28, 1983. EFA Coach Dick Senko insists his team was short-changed.Newspaper Clipping040702
Newspaper clipping, Flashback by Al Mallette November 6, 1983. Crusaders are 25 years old, three Notre Dame quarterbacks get together, Mike Johnston, Jim Polcyn and Bill Limoncelli.ewspaper Clipping040703
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette December 15, 1983. Curkendall Second Elmiran so honored All American. 1984 Which school will Curkendall pick? Newspaper Clipping040704
Newspaper clipping, by Al Mallette 1982, Hugh Crittenden and Ed Pettyman the 1982 inductees into the Elmira Football Hall of Fame.Newspaper Clipping040705
Newspaper clipping, Change of Pace by Al Mallette 1981, Tony Prettyman. Edward Anthony Prettyman, Tony and or Skilly, to his Elmira Free Academy school chums.Newspaper Clipping040706
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette January 1, 1978. They were No. 1, Star Gazette Coaches of 1977, Mike Johnston, Joe Corcoran, Rich Thompson, Paul Woodard and Ed Merritt.Newspaper Clipping040707
Newspaper clipping, Flashback by Al Mallette October 23, 1983. Ref's call ends series, Armand Malandra and Mario MalandraNewspaper Clipping040707
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1981. Nap Blanchette and Tom Guidus will be inducted into the Elmira Hall of FameNewspaper Clipping040708
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette, February 24, 1965. Notre Dame Football coach Ara Parseghian. Ara Credits Irish Comeback to a Hunger for Success. February 28, 1965 Al Mallette Sunday Shot.Newspaper Clipping040709
Newspaper clipping, Sunday Brunch By Al Mallette, The first nigth football game was played in Elmira on November 21, 1902 with electric lights.Newspaper Clipping040710
Newspaper clipping, Change of Pace by Al Mallette. The first night game was played between Edison and Horseheads October 9, 1942.Newspaper Clipping040711
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette, Big Flip's Back Ranieri (Ramon)DeFilippo was the athletic hero of his day. He will receive his plaque and membership into the Elmira Hall of Fame.Newspaper Clipping040712
Newspaper clipping, November 24,1962. Fratarcangelo, Senko, Stuart, Hurd on All-STC.Newspaper Clipping040713
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette August 22, 1979. Berry, Holmes, Sykes, Fratarcangelo inducted into the Elmira Hall of Fame.Newspaper Clipping040714
Newspaper clipping, By George Clay. CFA's Gary Wydman Real "All Americam Boy". To his teammates he is a born leader.Newspaper Clipping040715
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1962. Horseheads, Notre Dame Win Big in Finales.Newspaper Clipping040716
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1964. Bob Campbell, the most spectacular show in Southern Tier Confrence football since Elmira's Ernie Davis.Newspaper Cli;pping040717
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1964 Playful "39ers. The 1939ers will gather with coaches Art Hirst, Nap Blanchette, Benny Botnick for the Academy-Notre Dame season finale at ND. Stadium.Newspaper Clippong040718
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette, Tony's View, Tony Peckally guest columinst former coach, athletic director and a gentleman in retirement. To revive memories of the 1947 Coaches.Newspaper Clipping040719
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette, Wipfler Nmes Mickey McConnell Best Grigger to Perform for EHS-EFA in last 10 Years. Semski, Owen, Tryon Good Too. McConell was the star of the undefeated 1939 Elmira team.Newspaper Clipping040721
Newspaper clipping, Sports Review, Jeff Smythe, Watkins Glen football coach since 1968, Wrestling coach since 1969. Don Pace one of Sayre's all time sport stars the Thirties and Forties. Tom Hurley Southside football coach since 1959.Newspaper Clipping040722
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