NYPIRG Attacks Recycling Bid

@inproceedings{MsgginNYPIRGAR,
  title={NYPIRG Attacks Recycling Bid},
  author={Bruce Msggin and Jon Lafayette and Alan Zube and Brian Donovan and Billy Brown and Orin Criffen and A. J. Bedford and Phil Sul-Livan and Bob Eberlyn and Bob Colieli and Hartwick and David Winzelberg and R. L. Meckler and V P Alsoa and Betty Stein and George Stein and Michael Sena and Pat Sakal and D. G. Coyne and Andy Bauman and Bob O 'brien and Ken Wax and Kim Kreiger}
}
  • Bruce Msggin, Jon Lafayette, +20 authors Kim Kreiger
The game was typical of most all-star contests. The ball players had little time to practice with their new-l; acquired teammates and it showed throughout the game. The ga me was close all the way as neither team was able to break away. The opening seconds of the contest set the tone of the game as the State stars committed two easy turnovers. From then on… CONTINUE READING