Check out those handsome Post 31 Drum and Bugle Corpsmen as the welcome local participants in "American Legion Day" at the New Jersey State Fair grounds. Just a logical question: When Dan Quayle mis-spelled "potato," he was ridiculed for weeks. Likewise, George Bush couldn't seem to pronounce Nuclear; ("Nucular.") he too was portrayed as lacking smarts. I think my hearing must be impaired, I thought I heard the President refer to the United States Marine "Corpse." I haven't heard or seen any reference to what I thought I heard, and must assume that I didn't hear what I thought I heard. Certainly the media would have picked up on that, wouldn't they? Or would they?
HI TOM....IN MY OPINION THE HAMILTON POST HAD THEIR BIGGEST GLORY IN 1936 WHEN I PLAYED WITH THE SCHROTHS. MY BIGGEST AMBITION WHEN I WAS A KID WAS TO PLAY FOR THEM FOR THEY WERE WINNING AMERICAN LEGION CHAMPIONSHIPS EVERY YEAR. BUT ALONG CAME HAM9ILTON POST THAT YEAR AND ELIMINATED US AT CADWALDER PARK IN 1936. I WILL SAY THEY HAD A GREAT TEAM AND WENT A LONG WAY TO THE FINALS. IT WAS DISSAPOINTING TO LOSE BUT I DID GET TO PLAY FOR THE SCHROTHS. THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES