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I have a Detroit Lions 1955 Year Book autographed by Bobby Layne, Doak Walker, Jr., Lew Carpenter, Leon J. Hart, James T. David, James E. (Jim) Cain, Charles T. (Charlie) Ane, Jack L. (Chris) Christiansen, Harley E. Sewell, Dorne E. Dibble, Earl (Jug) Girard, Harry Gilmer, Sherwin (Sonny) Gandee, James R. Doran, Andy Miketa, Dick Stanfel, Carl Karilivacz, Bob Miller, Bill Stits, Joe Schmidt, Stan Campbell, Darris McCord, James Salsbury, Leon Riley, James Martin, David (Happy) Meddleton, George Atkins and Dominic (Dom) Fucci. These signatures are on the pages of the yearbook that each team members pictures are on. I'm just trying to find out any information available that anyone can provide me. Thanks in Advance.

Vicki

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  1. Adam, 3 years ago
    Very valuable. From the right person you could get several hundred dollars. Ive seen this same program signed by Doak Walker alone go for $180.
  2. Terry Fucci, 3 years ago
    Vicki,
    Dom Fucci was my uncle. He played for the University of Kentucky. He was drafted in 1951 by the Redskins but didn't play. He played football for two years while in the Air Force. He was in the Yankee Farm Teams system in Newark, NJ, for a while and then was called up in 1955 by the Detroit Lions. He played 12 games before an injury ended his short football career. He then went back to Kentucky, where he coached. He died at age 58 of cancer. I've been collecting as much information from old newspapers and programs about him as I can. Uncle Dom has two sons in Kentucky who may be interested in a signed yearbook, as would I.

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