Ken Mont Camp for Boys - Golden Days Yearbook (Kent, CT)

 - Class of 1967

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l l held his team together all summer New comer MITCH HOROWITZ was the surprise of the season as was MIKE GOODMAN a smooth fielding and hitting first sacker JON TUMEN gave his fiery leadership to his club Remember JIM RUBENSTEIN hobbling with his leg cast early in the summer but always around that ball field JIM 1S a fine catcher ROGER KAHN was a jack of all positions . . . he gave you a top game where ever you were hurting . . . newcomers DOUG BLAU JEFF GINZBE , RG, ERIC DONNENFELD also made solid contribu- tions .... Remember how well the Cardinals played their first year in the National Lea ue . BOB ii , ,, , - , . , , - . , .. , - ..,, x ,, ' - . . .- --', -2 'iff -- .v,'- 1 ' , '.. -f ' -l-1 H ..1"g'1g-41, gy-2.3fi":Qfi.:.'...'.f:f'gfi":ZI'i ,g,,e.:,,:gf1f1-" sz.. 3::..: .1Cf.g,j,:1'g'1i-'J-2'l:L.Q4g'g,,- '- '-f .,g,.g I -lQi:4....::::'---1.--L. -.. -- L., ff ---- A' rf--------I-----1---'---------f 'H-----'H---'-----' ' ' ' '-'----M A' ' Mfr ' . lf' . . . . ' ,AZ C . . if . -1: . . . , .V . .1 1 . r I I Q I l I mfs-' .L- 1:4-.f- '1 5 ONE THAT DlDN'T GET AWAY COLLISIO-N COURSE g . . RIEGER was as good a ballplayer as the league had .... Boys like STAN MARCUS, AL KLE- BAN, TODD ARNOW, DOUG FIGHT, BOB ENTIN, JOHN ROSS, SCOTT COOPER, AL DONNENFELD, LARRY KLITZMAN, STEVE SCHIFFMAN, STACY SIMON, RICH EISEN- BERG, PAUL SILVERMAN Sz STU DOPPELT made solid contributions .... Remember the fine calibre of play in 'the Amer- ican League .... Among many standout perform- ers who -have a great future in the diamond game were RICH WEIL, BOB GIMBEL, BOB MEN- DELSON, RICK EAGLE, BILLY BLANK, J ON SHEVELL, MIKE ROSEN, KEN KUNIN, DAVE GODNICK, BRAD SINGER, SCOTT ZUCKER- MAN, DREW HOLDER, PETE WOLPERT and ALAN ABRAMSON . . . the Robin con- tributed ED HERMAN, RICH WOOD, J ON SCHOTTLAND, SCOTT WEBER, MARK LEV- ITT, CORY SCHIFFMAN, KEITH ROSEN- FELD, PAUL and JAY KRAMER, LOREN KLEINMAN, MITCH STERN and DAVE MILLER . . . among many others. . . . Remember the tight Minor League race . . . Panthers and Tigers were deadlocked on the final day . . . with the Tigers winning the playoff in a sparkling l-0 game . . . remember JIMMY ENGEL scoring the winning run . . . BRYAN BLOOM was our M.V.P .... nearly every boy is ready for the American League in '68 .... Remember our old-fashioned Fourth of July celebrations .... "The bombs bursting in airn . . . spinning wheels . . whistling shells . . . alittle snakes" .... "The rockets red glaren . . . and fi- nally GOOD NIGHT . . . it was the American

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headed for the Nature Shack or the new HOSEU1 to say hello to old friends Jack and the Chief. .,. the new basketball courts were tested by Snooky S boys . . . dinner . . . meeting new counselors, and greeting the old . early Taps . . . and sleeplllg with happy dreams of the eight weeks -to come . . . Remember how most of us were up- before rev- eille that first morning . . . that sure changed quickly . . .f we were happy to see so many fa- miliar faces . . . Jim Charlton, Jim Ranchino, Jack Turek, Chief Dwayne, Jim Rafferty, Snookie Binder, ,Asher Platt, Rich Plotkin, Jim Green, Arch Tracy, Steye Storch, Al Salzman, Little Bill Vil- lano, J Farrell, Ed'Skarbek, Tom O'Rourke, '-'Clajunv Marty DeGravelle and many other won- derful guys., . . . J I Remember our league tryouts . . . Jim Raf watching every boy . . . drawing our uniforms . . . trying to fit. the 'froundfmen" . . -. "Sarah, -can you let the buttons out . . . my pants touch -my shoes" . . . but we finally made it. . . . Remember opening day, with all-time .great Tommy Holmes helping us get underway . . . Tommy taught us a great deal that day . . . we should be better hitters for his help .... Remember the great competition in our Babe Ruth League . . . Our camper-managers provided ideal leadership . . . DAVE SIMON was a surpris- ingly effective hurler for a third baseman . . . MARC WEIN was also very effective on the mound . . . SCOTTY KRUGMAN, as for many years, was the camp's ace right-hander .... Re- member how the play of the Eagles finally decided the league standings .... Boys like RICK ROSEN, RICK KANE, EARL DOPPELT, DENNY HELFMAN, J UD STEIN, J AIME FREITAG, BOB STEIINWVURTZEL and JOHN LEVENTHAL were great contributors in their teamis winning games .... The youngest boys in the league showed great promise. LEE TUNIS, OSCAR REICHER, ROG FRADIN, DOUG BLACK, DAVE HUT- NER, KEN RICHTER, ED STRAUSS, TED MAYER, NEAL GARDNER and many others were key starters .... p Remember the perfect game pitched by GARY SINGER . . . KEN LEIBOWITZ, Ken-Mont's best Southpaw, was the league's most consistent pitcher . . . remember MIKE "Babe" WEIS- BEIN,S crashing bat . . . MIKE and ANDY MAYER waged a mighty duel for the homerun crown in the National League . . . KEN FELLER . '- DROPPING A FREE-THROW IN r A siouo BASE-Hsr



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