COURT DECISION by Donald Emerson


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In one court, a crooked union threatening his father and a teen-age tough threatening him; in the other, a conflict of loyalties between his home town team and his new school squad; i the center, Ken Landry, hating everyone, himself most of all. With the help of a couple of square-shooting, straight-talking friends, (and the illegal possession of an automatic), Ken finally makes the right choices: to stand up for his father, stand up for himself, stand up for the team that is now his. Another mixed-up kid in an intramural melodrama.

Pub Date: March 1st, 1967
Publisher: McKay