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#29731 NanciD

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Posted 23 May 2012 - 04:26 PM

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Please Read Before You Post
If you *know* who it is.... please wait a while (not everyone is on here all day or even daily for that matter)
If there have been no Guesses..........Then give a *challenging* hint.
When giving hints on these try to be creative and just dangle the tiniest tidbit. Make people really think / work on it. Then wait it out a while before tossing another tiny vague tidbit...

C'mon we've got to make these last a little longer. PLEASE??

Also, any comments made MUST be made in good taste... this is a fun loving thread... not a revenge match. Please spew your venom elsewhere.
Please submit any questions and / or pics in their full size (preferably JPG format), with full description - names, Corps, Stadium, Year... etc. to:
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Thanx in advance!


All that said and out of the way..
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#29732 Ray Priester

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Posted 24 May 2012 - 08:46 AM

This is a clue on #1 only for Ray: Greenwood Lake - 1969 ... #1 says, "Carman ... you don't feeenish nothing ... you don't feeenish the drrrrilll" Iin his best Spanish accent) ...


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OK, now I got him! Sunday dinners at his house with his brother must have been something to hear. I'll wager.

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Posted 24 May 2012 - 08:56 AM

OK, now I got him! Sunday dinners at his house with his brother must have been something to hear. I'll wager.

Ray



... speaking of his brother, he was in the Hurcs when #1 was in Sky ... and then went onto the Matadors as their DM in the late 70's/early 80's ...

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#29734 NanciD

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Posted 24 May 2012 - 10:08 AM

... speaking of his brother, he was in the Hurcs when #1 was in Sky ... and then went onto the Matadors as their DM in the late 70's/early 80's ...

:-)


Hmmm.... very interesting! What did he play? What did his brother play?
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Posted 24 May 2012 - 10:44 AM

Hmmm.... very interesting! What did he play? What did his brother play?



#1 played tenor drum in the PAL (National I&E Champ in 68) and then tymp in Sky ... his brother was a bass drummer ...


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Posted 24 May 2012 - 11:55 AM

#1 played tenor drum in the PAL (National I&E Champ in 68) and then tymp in Sky ... his brother was a bass drummer ...


:-)


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Posted 24 May 2012 - 05:14 PM

Got it... Thanx!


sounds a bit like
all those lil bits and pieces that help start a fire.

Am I on the right track?
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#29738 Jim White

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Posted 25 May 2012 - 10:10 PM

That snare on the left (front row, second person in) looks familiar to me... anyone know who it is?


Shortsville Shamrocks picture from 1958

Snare drummer first row 2nd from left is Ron Schaefer.....played with the Sr. Appleknockers
2nd row 3rd from left is Tom Fogarty next to Dave Baroody and 6th from left is Rich Hudson (Sr. and Jr. Appleknockers)
3rd row 2nd from left is Phil Fogarty and 6th from left is Tom Hesseny
top row with rifle is Dick Pronti

This was the parade corps for the Citizens Hose Company and the Turner-Schrader Post 34 American Legion. In 1963, the Shamrocks began field competition in the NY/Penn Circuit with Dick Pronti as Drum Major and Drill Instructor/Drill Writer
Shortsville Shamrocks 1958-67
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#29739 Ray Priester

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Posted 26 May 2012 - 01:52 PM

sounds a bit like
all those lil bits and pieces that help start a fire.

Am I on the right track?



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Posted 29 May 2012 - 08:19 AM

Shortsville Shamrocks picture from 1958

Snare drummer first row 2nd from left is Ron Schaefer.....played with the Sr. Appleknockers
2nd row 3rd from left is Tom Fogarty next to Dave Baroody and 6th from left is Rich Hudson (Sr. and Jr. Appleknockers)
3rd row 2nd from left is Phil Fogarty and 6th from left is Tom Hesseny
top row with rifle is Dick Pronti

This was the parade corps for the Citizens Hose Company and the Turner-Schrader Post 34 American Legion. In 1963, the Shamrocks began field competition in the NY/Penn Circuit with Dick Pronti as Drum Major and Drill Instructor/Drill Writer


Thank you, Jim!
And allow me to officially welcome you to our wacky lil world here!
Thanx for submitting the pic. too... it was awesome!!
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