and also at Electric Hose and Rubber. Who remembers what distinguished the "look" of the HofD players? Throwing pennies TO THE wall. It still looked like something out of the '50s. I have some contributions to make re: Wilmington in the early 1950's as seen through the eyes of a guy who graduated from PS in 1952 (me). . I saw Billy Cole run the opening kick-off back for a touchdown at the Thanksgiving Day game there-about 1941 or so! And then there were Ken Pickering, whose dad ran the bicycle shop on Jefferson; Desmond Hoey of Louie's; Davis Scott; Nathan Hall; Ralph Pryor; Skip Heath; Dewitt Fielder; Don McCormick; Bobby Hill; Dave Dunn; Henry Harmon; the late Pinky Seres, whose dad owned the Jewish. I'M NEW TO this sight anheck IT everyday NOW. I grew up at 8th Jackson Sts, there was a grocery store on the corner, which later became Wrotten's Hardware store.
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