... Stringers' advisor points various fingers
AWARDS BY JACK DRISCOLL - -
Marjorie, Bernie and Director JackB
To Jackie Wattenberg -- She could do reviews for the NYTimes: The
Distinguished Critic Award.
To Jim Driscoll -- He can't count but he can be counted on: The
To Kay McCarte -- She supports the Bruins and a lot of others: The Miss Loyalty Award.
To Hector French--He recently moved closer to the Milano Center: The Hi-Neighbor Award.
To Ella Letterie -- She is a par excellence photographer: A Pulitzer
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To Don Norris -- He is the most prolific writer, photographer: The Most Award.
To Natalie Thomson -- The best reporter, she also helped Bill Jodrey with his book: The Best Buddy Award.
To Irv Smolens -- He has the best Melrose story suggestions: The Ideas Award.
To the Cerretanis -- Their supermarket and baseball stories were big hits: The Better-Late-Than-Ever Award.
JohnA, Alex Stouffs, and Jack Stouffs -- the latter two form the Stringer Swiss contingent
To Frances Bertulli -- She wins -- and retires -- this trophy: The
To Russ Priestley -- So adept at history, he worked Yogi Berra into a history story: The Not-Over-Till-It's-Over Award.
To Louise Fennell and Bernadette Mahoney -- Leaders of the photo and map teams: The Great Leap Forward Award.
Jini Hanley, Stringer of the Year; Missy Corley of MIT, and Stringer Irv Smolens
To Alex Stouffs -- Author of the new software called Huey, Dewey and Louie: The Quack, Quack, Quack Award.
To Jack Stouffs -- Our foreign correspondent came all the way from Geneva: The Noble Prize.
To Missy Corley -- The MIT operative who answered every emergency: The Go-To Award.
To Jini Hanley -- Talent, an independent spirit, wit, dependability: The SilverStringer-of-the-Year Award.
July 5, 2002