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[The echo]. volume ([Pisgah Forest, N.C.) 1940-19??, December 01, 1952, Image 14

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THE CELLO-MECK MIRACLE- WORKERS On the left are the members of the red-hot Cello-Mecks bowl ing team, definiate contenders for the league’s championship this season. The Cello-Mecks, lead by Cap tain Charles Link, turned in an amazing record of 23 wins out of 24 games bowled between Octo ber 10 and November 28. This brought them from sixth place to first in the league. Left to right: Willard Sammis, Carrol Fletcher, Jack Bryson, Leonard Cousins, Linton Lanning and Charles Link. THE HOT-RODDERS OF TRANSPORTATION Another team definitely in the running for the champion ship is the one shoivn to the left. At this writting, the Hot-Rod- ders ivere only three games be hind the Cello-Mecks and were moving up fast. Guided by Cap tain Jim Metcalf, this team won 13 out of 13 games in a five- week’s period, proving they're championship material. Team members include: left to right {kneeling)Jim Metcalf and Hunley Mehaffey. Standing: Harry Ballard, Bruce Reynolds, Harry Straus and Doug McCor mick. Absent: Gene Steppe, W. M. Shaw. Captain Jim Metcalf of Transportation and Harvey Souther, pilot of the Pi/rates, are pictured on the right shaking hands at the close of their match on November 28. Though the Pirates won, 2 to 1, Jim served notice that the Hot- Rodders would be gunning for the Pirates when they meet next time. Jim had this to say: "They beat us, sure, but wait *til nexf time!” 12

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