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A story about a picture of Bob Scrabis.

My sophomore year in high school was the first season where I started to consistently attend Princeton basketball games. A group of friends and I would sit in the bleachers next to the student section, usually behind the Tiger band, doing a whole lot more yelling and screaming than I do 20 years down the line.

By going to every game, we built a rapport with other regulars in our section at Jadwin, one of whom was the mother of senior Princeton captain Bob Scrabis.

Because she lived in Avon-By-The-Sea, outside of 1350 WHWH's broadcast radius, she asked us to tape her son's games off the radio, and I'd give her a cassette of one or two recent contests before the start of the next home game.

At the end of the 1988-89 season, to show her thanks, Ms. Scrabis sent me the above framed enlargement of that year's pocket schedule, signed by her son.

While it doesn't technically qualify as a Senior on a Stick, it is still worth sharing.

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