Shorty Etzweiler?

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Shorty Etzweiler? - Jack - Jack Conlin uled to give up our aesK...
Jack - Jack Conlin uled to give up our aesK wont ana don a khaki uniform. We just can't help but look back over this period and the acquaintances we made with people whose friendship will live in our memory whether it be in Harrisburg or some distant point in Uncle Sam's Army. Men like Roy Richwine, Jack Warden, Jimmy Lane, '. Clair Ross, Art Kahler, Dean Swift Tony and Frank Wils - . bach, Jerry Frock, Vic Emanuel, Harry Rote and Ralph I Farina are only a few of the names that come to the front as : - we begin to look back over the past two years. Others whose friendship we always hope to retain are: ? Bill Kurtz, Allison Hill C. A; Pop Shade, Ed Keiper, Bob Mathews, Miles Albright, Tommy Waltz, John Hiller, Ralph Miller, Ray Taylor, Gordon Quigley, Charles Bickel, Jim Graeff, Capt. Paul Noll, Carson Long; John Weigle, New Bloomfield; Ralph Swan, New Bloomfield; Robert : Bringman, Biglerville; Whitey Scheaffer, Harry Gumpert, Bill Rowe, George Bauman, Jim Peifer, Fred Graham, Camp !'Hill; Jack Maguire, Bill Westberg, Camp Hill; Fred Bowers, , Camp Hill. Woody Sponaugle, Columbia; R. F. Smith, Charlie "Brown, Fred Lauster, Duncannon; Ted Rosenberg, George Morris, Ernie White, Ed. Wicht, Frank Roth, Tom Crowley, Pat Reagan, Harry and Dave Dayhoff, Bunts Madden, Mike s Intrieri, Larry Sallinger. Harry Stubbs, Tom Zimmerman, Corney Nelley, Charlie Barnes, Smokey Devine, Paul Rupp, - Carl Shelley. Z Bill Pelton, Russ Tuckey, Haps Frank, Tuck Gardner, Leo Poorman, Harvey Taylor, Gordon Malley, Johnny ;i Bogar, Bob Sidman, Lowell Schlichter, Chambersburg; Age : Ealy, Hanover; Shorty Miller, Ridge Riley, of Penn State; Judge Karl Richards, Clarence Shenk, Walter Mumma, Bob Mumma, Charlie Tittle, Earl Flickinger, Sheriff Bill Wind - .k sor, George Morgan, Ray Snow, Carl Beck, Paul Garrett, Forest Hempt, Don Hench, Nick Damore, Charlie Miller, Tremont; S. A. Johnston, Middletown; Joe Butler, Nat .Cohen, Johnny Hoppes, Dr. Charles Crampton, Pop Clark, Jim Morrisey, Larry Williams, Dr. T. R. Hepler, Lou Cieri; Charlie Robbins, Bob Davies. Harvey Ensminger, Al Givler, Irvin Finicle, Enola; Gordon Gordon Rudy, Enola; George Fry, Harry Rader, Enola; Tom De - vine, Fred Harry, Charley Hull, Henry Pickard, Hershey; Jack Helms, Jim Morrison, Hershey; Eugene Shelley, Golds - . borough; John Beck, Hershey; Al Brittain, John Hummer, ' Hershey; Charley Cox, Harvey Nitrauer, Highspire; Boyd Sponaugle, Hummelstown; Ray Poole, Juniata Joint High - School; Meyer Edoff, Roscoe Warner, Lower Paxton; Pat ; Clements, Lebanon Valley College; Fred Weaver, Lemoyne; Bill Cobb, Lower Paxton; Bernie Thrush, Lebanon; Karl Etsheid, Lemoyne; Don Enders, Dean Salada, Lykens; R. R. ;. Baugher, Lower Paxton; Walter Slothower, Lemoyne; F. L. ; Zimmerman, Lebanon; Shorty Etzweiler, Millersburg; Jack : Shull, Marysville; Ken Cassell, Middletown; Henry Under - kofler, Millersburg; Dave Day, Millersburg. Adolph Capka, Middletown; H. W. Miller, Vincent Walsh, Newport; Fred Peiffer, New Cumberland; Paul Bratten, Gilbert Beckley, Hobart Miller, New Cumberland; Charles Gemmel, S. B. Bomgardner, New Cumberland; Galen Warren, Palmyra; Warren Angstadt, Elizabethtown; Charley Gingrich, Palmyra; Joseph Hilbush, Oscar Baldwin, Swatara Township; Luther Ehlman, Morris Heckler, Scotland Scotland School; Ernie Beckley, Susquehanna Township; Ray Essig, Bob McCleaster, Paxtang; Tommy Kohl, Rutherford; - Ed Weibley, Carl Holsberger, Penbrook; John Yusick, Walter Price, Fred Schooley, Bo Capello, Steelton; Nels Hoffman, C. W. Eisenhart, Steelton; Howard Gordan. Ditty Cochlin, Les Bell, Eugene McCleary, Orville Snoke, New Cumberland; Don Miller, Middletown; Jack Wallower, Hubie Simmons, Stan Hitz, Walter Kirker, Sid Steele, Jimmy Deshong, Raymond Wert, Lemoyne; Harold Coblentz, Williamstown; Rip Engle, Waynesboro; Norman Berlin, Dale Zeiders, Bill Prifer, Earl Ludwig, Ralph Ber - T. neker, Sam Tyson, Clyde Nickle, Newton Noblet, Halifax. Paul Doutrich, Jimmy Murphy, Tardy Hoopes, Dills - le burg; Carl Mathias, Sam Varnicle, Highspire; C. E. Velter, Shellsville; Shorty Gassul, Lemoyne; Bob Grainger, Enola; T George Forney, Hen Bream, Gettysburg; Dick MacAndrew, Carlisle; C. D. Rothensberger, Newport; Snaps Emanuel, York; Dutch Eby, , Carlisle; Coach Cable, Shippensburg; Johnny Frederick, Mechanicsburg; Joe Feldman; Peck Purcell, Hanover. Chick Kennedy; Boiling Springs; Clark Hawley, . . . and so into the night. We just can't help but think of George Jones and his friends in Williamsport; John Sollenger, Alexander Stoddart, Lloyd Blinco, Herb Mitchell, Stan Huber, Brent Hancock and the boys from Hershey. Then there is Attorney Tom Lynch, who looked after us like a father, whose wise counsel enabled us to weather many a storm. It would almost be impossible to try and mention all those who have been so kind to us and just as soon as this appears in print there will be countless others whose names should have been included and for such persons please try and understand that we appreciated your help as much as those whose names we mentioned. One more column remains. In Monday's issue of the Telegraph we'll tell you about the gentleman who will take over. We doubt if anyone in sports in Greater Harrisburg has had more experience in dealing with athletes than your new observer. Conlin Glorifies the Local Athlete IM3IEASURABLE WEALTH We have pounded out countless words during our two and a half years with the Telegraph and now comes the time when we are sched - . - I i i 1

Clipped from Harrisburg Telegraph15 Feb 1941, SatPage 8

Harrisburg Telegraph (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)15 Feb 1941, SatPage 8
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