My Favorite Quotes
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 Dave Calloway - “Now, Chris, I want to officially let you know you are officially welcome in Avon pick-up games.”
 Laurie Calloway - “We're not good at getting on the other end of head balls. We just don't score goals like that. We scored four headed goals all year.”
 Dave Calloway - “I think he's better than 38 percent. He's got a nice touch and a good feel from the line.”
 Earl Calloway - “He's staying. If he was leaving, he would have been gone by now. But he's with us at every workout and he's upbeat and excited. D.J.'s coming back, and I think we're going to have a good team.”
 Earl Calloway - “It's a building block we can learn from and then move on. We need to keep trying to get better and keep winning.”
 Laurie Calloway - “He draws defenders. He's got to learn to dish it off more, but with that pace he's a bit of firepower we didn't have last year.”
 Steve Calloway - “Clearly those teachers had made and were making a difference in those students' attitudes. What could other teachers learn”
 Kelli Calloway - “People have said they are interested, but haven't followed up with a confirmation letter that we leave behind. We still need dress donations, shoes, flowers and money for transportation.”
 Cab Calloway - “You can't say they look up to him - if you did, you've got to look up to everybody in the show. But he's an outstanding character in the show.”
 Cab Calloway - “They were all good. Can't say that none was best and none was worst. I don't know, they were all good as far as I was concerned.”
 Cab Calloway - “Everybody did something. It was very entertaining. We had a lot of fun. Lot of fun. And there was no segregation, that I could see. I never saw any.”
 Cab Calloway - “90, 100 are going there to hear the singing. The story is another thing. Nobody's interested in the story. Happiness is happiness.”
 Dave Calloway - “We've had some different games where we've had two main scorers we've had to shut down and we hadn't done well in that area in games we've lost. Hopefully in this game we can hold those two guys down. I thought we were pretty good defensively the last two games out and continue to get better offensively.”
 Earl Calloway - “I thought we played hard and showed character and fight. We got down, but we pulled within 10 and had a lapse, and Dee Brown hit a three and they were back on a run.”
 Cab Calloway - “Of course, nobody knows what Porgy was, whether he was on his knees all the time or was pulled by a goat or - they don't know what he was.”
 Dave Calloway - “Robert Morris exploited some of our weaknesses last time. They also took advantage of their strengths and really attacked us. (Sophomore guard) Tony Lee really hurt us.”
 Earl Calloway - “We don't have time for that. We have to focus. If you get into that, it becomes personal battle. That takes away from the team game. Let him do all the talking he wants.”
 Dave Calloway - “This is the first time we were ever in the game. I think it showed we're getting better.”
 Cab Calloway - “He was a silly guy. Out - do the other guy. That was his effort at all times.”
 Cab Calloway - “At times as a performer they segregated us in some of theatres.”
 Earl Calloway - “Seemed like we were a little timid. Once we got the pressure going on them we did a pretty good job.”
 Dave Calloway - “We are who we are. If John Bunch was 25 pounds lighter and a step quicker, he wouldn't be with us. Jay Villanova coach Wright would have taken him. If John Bunch really becomes a player, it's not going to happen today or tomorrow. It's going to be between April and October.”
 Cab Calloway - “Stormy Weather”
 Dave Calloway - “Toughness. The whole game can be summed up in one word -- toughness. Put this in the headlines 'Robert Morris was tougher than Monmouth.”
 Cab Calloway - “Charleston was a good town. It was a nice town. I played there years ago before Porgy and Bess. And I think the conception wasn't bad. It was good.”

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