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Not cheap to fly

August 5, 2011 - Burt Angeli
ScuttleBu(r)t (blog version)...

The late Milt Krznarich Sr., who recently entered the Ironwood Hall of Fame, officiated the 1966 Michigan Class A state championship basketball game in East Lansing. His son, Jim, during the induction ceremony, noted in those days officials didn't learn of their assignments until the night before the game.

Milt Krznarich Jr. of Norway follows in his dad’s footsteps, whistling basketball games around these parts …

The area’s premier football chain gang member and retired bus driver checked out airfare to watch the Packers play another Super Bowl.

From Iron Mountain to Indianapolis, price would be over $900!

I suggest he go to Vegas with those kind of bucks, but his usual living quarters, the “defunct” Happi Inn, will soon be replaced by a giant Ferris wheel ...

Baseball Hall of Famer Alvin Dark once visited Pine Mountain Resort for a Northland Baptist Bible College function. Dark, who also enjoyed golfing at TimberStone, managed pitcher Gaylord Perry.

"If you made a mistake and you were a golfer, he (Dark) would fine you golf balls and then tell you, 'Thanks for the golf balls,' " Perry told Charley Walters of the Saint Paul Pioneer Press. "That really teed you off." ...

Onetime Chicago Bears quarterback Steve Walsh, who once slammed his Manitowoc, Wis., motel room door on two Iron Mountain women, will soon be tutoring Terrelle Pryor.

Pryor, part of the recent Ohio State controversy, will be available in the NFL supplemental draft. The 44-year-old Walsh, 44, is football coach at Cardinal Newman High School in West Palm Beach, Fla. ...

 
 

 

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