Stolarchuk Again Unanimous Choice
Lowe Vocational, which made such a gallant bid for its first city championship since 1945 but lost to Kennedy in the final placed four players on the second team. Halfback Don Merrifield, quarterback Tom Awad, guard Sandy Kashmere and end John Hidi from Lowe…halfback Leon Parent and Jim Johmson and tackle Rollie Deschamps from Assumption…halfback Ed Potomski and end Dick Suderrman from Kennedy…..tackle Barry Pepper from Forester. Collins, who will not celebrate his 16th birthday until January 2, 1959, is the youngest player on the team. Safrance, five months past his 19th birthday, has the distinction of being the team’s oldest player.
[info_box] Q:What kind of diseases affect donation? A: Presence of active cancer, active HIV or active infection would absolutely rule-out donation. If a person has a history of Hepatitis, more information would need to be obtained at the time of death. Patients who have Hepatitis C may still donate organs to a patient who also has Hepatitis C. The same is true for Hepatitis B – but this happens less frequently.
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