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maddogesq Donating Member (915 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Mar-24-09 02:12 PM
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4. Kell and Harwell: The Southern Gentlemen of broadcasting.
Edited on Tue Mar-24-09 02:21 PM by maddogesq
We are fortunate to have had a chance to spend years listening to both of them.

When I lived out of state before we had the Internet--especially in Alabama in the late 70's--I would rig up antennas to catch Ernie do night games on WJR. Under the right conditions, you could get WJR pretty easily.

When I came home to visit, it was a treat to turn on the tube and hear old George and Al call the games. Anyone remember "JJ and The Morning Crew" with their "George Swell and All Foulnine" and "Another Tiger Cooldown"?
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