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 Post subject: Ski Team 1971
PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2008 6:42 pm 
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Location: Oettingen, Germany
Team :
Harry Stallow, John Gill, Mike Farnum, Dorcus Drury, Ron Kohn, Shelley Smith, Grant Benson, Mark Henderson, Freddie Prasse, and Stuart Drury, Mark Rospedowski.
COACH: Warren Buckli :idea:

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 09, 2008 9:56 am 
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Harry Stallow? I know that name. He and my brother, Dusty Poole were good friends. George Savemark was in that group also. They must have had a mile of hair between the three of them in the early 70's.

I think all three played soccer together at some point.

Ryan Poole


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2008 11:12 am 
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Found this:

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No helmets?!?!? :shock:

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Yep, that is my brother's friend Harry Stollow in the pic. I remember him with so much hair, a helmet would have been useless. He did some acting in Munich during the 80's and 90's. I saw him on an episode of "Der Alte" once. May well have been the only episode I ever watched. Nothing quite like German TV shows!

Ryan Poole


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ralphdsmith84 wrote:
No helmets?!?!? :shock:


It was a magic time Ralph. When natural selection was the law of the land.


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i like all that hair, ryan. i think its sexy.


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It was cool! I just get a kick out of the "now and then" comparison. In my brother's prom picture, he has longer hair than his date. At one point, he could tuck it into his back pocket. He is now an Adult Parole Officer with a crew cut!

In another thread, we both contributed to a conversation about Dimitri Avaloff and his long hair. Even though he beat me up on a regular basis, I still see him as the definition of cool. On the flipside, he probably still sees me as the definition of an obnoxious punk!

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my hope is the long, floppy hair makes a comeback. or are we too "old" to pull it off?
dimitri had rad hair!


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I'm all for it, but have you seen Peter Frampton in that Geico commercial?

Ryan


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i don't have tv right now. did PF lose all his glorious hair?


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Yes, but he is a good sport about it during the commercial. His guitar was good though, so I guess you're never too old to act like you have long hair!


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2008 12:51 pm 
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that should be our MAHS motto:
"you're never to old to act like you have long hair!"


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