|Sunday Bulletin Announcement - Sunday, March 30, 1958
A fleeting moment in history...
Even The Philadelphia Bulletin newspaper is long gone!
|Commerative Plaque located in the
Haverford High School Gym
|Actual Photo, taken at the Penn Palestra on March 29, 1958 and used by the Newspaper in the article above.
A crowd of approximately 7,300 fans at the Penn Palestra watched the Haverford High School team defeat
Altoona by the score of 67 to 45 in the PIAA BOYS Class AAA Championship Game.
|This Photo was taken almost 40 years later on November 25, 1997, at the HHS Sports Hall of Fame Dinner,
with people in approximately the same position as in the original photo taken back in 1958.
|(L to R, back row) Al Jones, Jim Parker, Jerry Robertson, John Fleming, Mike Boyer, Pete Roberts & Tom Perkins.
(Front row) Mgr. Pat Caldwell (not in '58 shot), Jack Juenger, Coach Steve Juenger, Al Kaemmerlen, Ed
McIlmoyle, Dan George & Buddy Wooley. Among those not pictured in 1997 shot are Asst Coach Dave Crispin and
players Bob Johnston, Phil Campbell & Al Macomber.
|Memo is on display in the trophy case. In addition, the above sign was dedicated and
placed inside the gym (Hall of Fame) on December 6, 2002.
|That's Johnny Cash singing
"Ghost Riders In The Sky"
in the background
|Juenger's Haverford High 1958 Boys Basketball Team after
defeating Altoona 67-45 in the State Championship game.
Front Row: Jack Younger, Coach Steve Younger, Ed McIlmoyle, Buddy Wooley.
Second Row: Al Jones, Jerry Robertson, Al Kaemmerlen, Dan George. Third Row:
Pete Roberts (with hand on Coach's head), Mike Boyer, Phil Campbell, Tom Perkins,
Knorr (manager). Back Row: Dave Crispin (asst coach), Mather (manager), Jim Parker,
Bob Johnston, John Fleming, Al Macomber.