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Collection Title:CL 80 Al Mallette PapersCreator:Chemung County Historical Society
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Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette February 1, 1980. Jim Simpson and I have one date in common, January 10, 1943. That was the day I was offcially into in World War 11. It was also the day Simpson sat down behind a radio sports microphone for the first time in Washington D C.Newspaper Clipping070546
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette June 10, 1980. Kelly's on Tioga County. Fran Kelly, he has played the games (football, baseball and basketball) coach the teams and kept records for the pass sixty years so when Fran talks sports history people listen.Newspaper Clipping070547
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette. Joe Pepitone is without a doubt Elmira All-Sports' most valuable pitch-hitter.Newspaper Clipping070548
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1981. What is the greatest football, basketball, boxer and golfer of all time, everyone has his own answer. A new book on the market "Computer Match Up".Newspaper Clipping070549
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette January 4, 1981. That time of year for the New Years Specials, the All-Sports banquet. Before we get more into 1981 let's take a look back at 1980. Newspaper Clipping070550
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette June 3, 1981. Marty Harrigan and Harold Schwalb both hit the Elmira scene about the same time thirty two-thirth three years ago and now both are departing.Newspaper Clipping070551
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette August 23, 1981. Former Star Gazzette sports editor remembers. Harry (Harp) O'Donnell talking about his 1936-1941 as Star Gazzette sports editor.Newspaper Clipping070552
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette December 20, 1981. His hit parade 1981. Newspaper Clipping070553
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette January 3, 1982. In Twin Tier Sports 1981 here are our annual TeeTee Awards for a job well done, for games and events to remember.Newspaper Clipping070554
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette January 8, 1982 and January 11, 1983. Quotes of the year 1981 and 1982. A number of people in the sports uttered a number of interesting things during the recent sports year. Here are some of those best quotes.Newspaper Clipping070555
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