Star Tiger-Cat Linebacker attends A.K.O. Grid Dinner
Zeno Karcz star linebacker with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Eastern Professional Football Conference, returned to his hometown Friday night to be the guest speaker at a dinner honoring Windsor A.K.O’s junior football teams of the past two seasons. Karcz, second from the left, discusses A.K.O.’s most recent title guests with dinner chairman Joe Filbey and co-captains Vic Radovich and Ed Lumley. Karcz played football with A.K.O. before advancing into pro ranks at Hamilton.
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