Yippee. Others who remember skully. I thought it was skully. Try telling people in Florida about skully. They think I am nuts. We had fun with our creatively designed bottle caps. We played in Brooklyn, in the playground of our projects — which was the Harry Silver’s Butcher’s Coop. I kind of remember the layout, with the border around the center square, but it would be nice if someone knew exactly how it was set up and how to play. I’d like to bring back some fun times.
Original author: Debbie Kugler [e-mail]
Original author: Ira Gutman [e-mail]
My name is Ira Gutman and i grew up in the Glenwood Projects/Brooklyn,N.Y. from 1953-1965 and i have fond memories of playing “Ringoleavio!