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April 21, 1958
Ben Hogan, after he tied for 14th place and collected a puny (for him) $1,050 at Augusta's Masters Tournament: "I'm glad I don't have to play this game for a living."
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April 21, 1958

They Said It

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Ben Hogan, after he tied for 14th place and collected a puny (for him) $1,050 at Augusta's Masters Tournament: "I'm glad I don't have to play this game for a living."

Samuel J. Fratto, candidate for governor of Wyoming, campaigning on a platform of re-emphasis of sport: "Athletics are the natural expression of the educated minds of he-men. The male students at the University of Wyoming are he-men, not Milquetoasts."

Frank Traendly, 295-pound University of Pennsylvania wrestler, who says he is too lazy for football: "I like wrestling because I'm horizontal most of the time."

Editorial voice of the Detroit Times, blaming Norris family interclub trades for the poor showing of the Red Wings (four straight losses to Montreal in Stanley Cup playoffs): "Should the Wings' management continue this policy it might be wise to move Red Wing news from the sports pages of Detroit papers to the amusement pages."

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