Bigbear wrote:Source of the post First off, it was said that Toner was asked to come back at the end of the 80’s because there were issues with discipline on the team, Professor would definitely have more insight to this.
Servite was winning, but something was missing, something that makes Servite football distinctive. It showed especially on the lower level programs, and it was percolating its way up.
As one observer put it:
"There were some discipline problems. Here at Servite, Here you're supposed to live a certain way and act a certain way. Some things were in total disarray, and that was indicative of how people were not paying attention to the football program."
That observer was Larry Toner. For years, Toner was a lower levels football coach and an assistant in the Servite basketball program, and had been a major influence on Servite men in athletics and in the classroom. Having been away teaching in Portland for a few years, Toner was asked to return to get Servite football back on track.
watchersince68 wrote:Source of the post I did not do kindergarten, so my first day in first grade I sat at my desk and cried all morning until Mrs Denahey came over grabbed me by the hair lift up my head ans slapped my across the face. I never cried again. It was hard but I learned a lesson.
First, no I deserved it and she got the job done and I am probably a better person for it today.
Secondly I guess you missed my point, in my opinion they both did something that some kids should experience
today, consequences for their actions.
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