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Collection TitleCL 80 Al Mallette PapersCreatorChemung County Historical Society
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Newspaper Clipping, Male athletics dominate, by Al Mallette, 1983. Newsaper Clipping010302
Newspaper clipping, Star Gazette All City Basketball Team 1963-1964.Newspaper Clipping010513
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette November 17, 1957. Spotlight on the Coach Bob Kirkendall. Was football coach at Horseheads 1955. He surprised Horseheads fans in 1963 with his resignation. He died at age fifty five.Newspaper Clipping010620
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette August 26, 1982. Tom Hurley put Southside football on theTwin Tiers onthe map he was hired as head coach 1959. Hurley was inducted into the Elmira's Hall of Fame August 25th. Died at age fifty four. Newapaper Clipping010622
Document, Kiwanis Male Team Coach of the year Thomas Edison David "Archie" McNelis.Document010624
Newspaper Clipping, By Al Mallette, Les Richmond 1967, Top Athletic Award for First National Junior Bowling championship for Elmira and New York State.Newspaper Clipping040101
Newspaper clipping.By Al Mallette Flash Back Top Athlete and Top Teams in 1950. Male Athlete Ernie Davis 1953 - 1961, Football, Basketball and Baseball, Heisman Trophy Winner. Felmale Athlete Debbie Drabinski an all star in five major sports. Other Athlete 1962 - 1980.Newspaper Clipping040102
Newspaper Clipping, By Al Mallette June 7, 1961. Southside's Jack Malone Athlete of the Year.Newspaper Clipping040103
Newspaper clipping, Football dominates S-G's '76 athlete, coach awards. 1976.Newspaper Clipping040104
Newspaper clipping, The Star Gazette Athletes of the year Boys and Girls, December 25, 1982.Newspaper Clipping040105
Newspaper clipping, the Elmira Kiwanis Club selecting an athlete of the year 1982. By Al Mallette.Newspaper Clipping040106
Newspaper clipping,H. S. Athletes of the year, December 25, 1981, Metro-Elmira Region, Valley Region, Lakes Region, Steuben-Yates Region, Nothern Tier Region.Newspaper Clipping040107
Newspaper Clipping, Athletes of the year December 25, 1984, by Ed Weaver Diane Dodge Corning West High School and Jeff Limoncelli Elmira Free Academy.Newspaper Cipping040108
Newspaper clipping, Athletes of the year 1984 Connie Sweet by Al Mallette, Pete Curkendall by Ed Weaver.Newspaper Clipping040109
Newspaper Clipping, February 5, 1990, Best of the decade, Kiwanis to honor four Tiers greats Skidmore (Coach), Sweet, Senko (Coach) and Curkendall.Newspaper Clipping040110
Document, Christine Bruner Notre Dame Senior. Highlights 1993/1994.Document040111
Newspaper clipping, Peckally-Wipfler to lead Elmira Highs School Sports, Board Names Peckally, Director, Wipfler Assistant. April 4, 1960 Newspaper Clipping040201
Newspaper clipping, by Al Mallette Wipfler plans to step down aftr 38 years as coach, AD. Who'll succeed Wipfler? Prospect Field is Crowded. Bill Wipfler, Marty Harringon, former EFA Principal and former coach, May 1, 1977. Newspaper Clipping040202
Document, Bill Wipfler, Mr. Sports, up date that 38 years to 1977.Document040203
Newspaper clipping, The Guidus Touch by Al Mallette. Tom Guidus to retire after 32 years at Edison.Newspaper Clipping040204
Newspaper Clipping, Mike George Retires from School Post, Leaves Athletic Dictorship After 16 Years, 1960.Newspaper Clipping040205
Newspaper Clipping, Felmale athletics on rise, but equality on the athletic fields, by Al Mallette May 15, 1983.Newspaper Clipping040302
Newspaper Clipping, Flashbacks by Al Mallette. Goodwin recalls his Iron Man task Elmira Southside unbeaten baseball team 1947.Newspaper Clipping 040401
Newspaper Clipping, East 9 takes Corning team honor by Don Bonnell.Newspaper Clipping040402
Newspaper Clipping, Flashback by Al Mallette, Emmick recalls top thrill as EFA baseball coach, a victory over Southside 1974Newspaper Clipping040403
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