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olive oyl

Pittsburgh, PA

#45 Apr 22, 2013
What about barry grossman? Bald as my flat azz but wears a dirty sweaty baseball cap to hide it! Wouldnt know the truth if it hit him in the jelly belly!
state street stan

United States

#46 Apr 22, 2013
TWTL wrote:
I remember going to watch softball games at 11th and Hess with my dad. There was an old Black man who seemed to be at all the games and he used to hold his hat out and ask for change from the spectators. Whenever someone threw some money into his hat he would say, " I thank ya, and I thank ya and I thank ya thank ya!!"
That was "MOON" he used to work at all the Glenwood League Baseball games to collect money from the fans for the baseball teams. I used to sell cold pop to the fans from the Concession stand walking thru the grandstands with a pail of pop in ice. I always would save a bottle for MOON....quite a guy & a fan favorite.
Shawn

Erie, PA

#47 Apr 22, 2013
The guy that looks identical to
Sammy Davis Jr that is always downtown somewhere & that is short walks with a limp
Salt and pepper

Warrendale, PA

#48 Apr 22, 2013
What about that coach that got his team to quit at Prep? Ain't he a celebrity
easterie

United States

#49 Apr 22, 2013
Anyone remeber

Puke and Muke the ugly sister? Two real ugly red headed twins I believe.
Bobby Moon

Cleveland, OH

#50 Apr 22, 2013
state street stan wrote:
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That was "MOON" he used to work at all the Glenwood League Baseball games to collect money from the fans for the baseball teams. I used to sell cold pop to the fans from the Concession stand walking thru the grandstands with a pail of pop in ice. I always would save a bottle for MOON....quite a guy & a fan favorite.
Holy crap. I recall Moon also, great character!! Stan, a question for you, was the guy we are talking about also the one that said (after you put some money in the hat)..."and I wanna thank ya" in a loud and rythmic manner? I can still see him, sort of a Scatman Carothers persona type right? God the days of our youth, I swear were the best days of our lives. Everything was so new, and exciting. I also recall we loved to watch a team known as the Fourth oor First Ward? I believe this team was composed (100%)with black players, and they could really play. I also recall that I watched them play at Bayview Park.

I lived on West 4th St. and used to go to Chestnut Pool on hot summer days and remember the old Fish Hatchery. Life Guard at the pool was Jack Nemick (Sp??) Hey I'll try to recall some more. I am now a lazy ass retiree living in Millcreek. Would love to revisit the old days. Thanks for reminding me Stan.
steve lind

Erie, PA

#51 Apr 22, 2013
Rick lives in the apts by 3th and state he still hangs down by ondeck
steve lind

Erie, PA

#52 Apr 22, 2013
36th I ment

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