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November 24, 1958
Henry Paul, Olivet College coach, lolling in glory after his team snapped a 29-game losing streak: "I knew we'd win some day. I always felt it was just a matter of time. Jeepers, though, I was beginning to wonder."
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November 24, 1958

They Said It

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Henry Paul, Olivet College coach, lolling in glory after his team snapped a 29-game losing streak: "I knew we'd win some day. I always felt it was just a matter of time. Jeepers, though, I was beginning to wonder."

Jack Kelly, Olympic sculler, questioned by teen-agers on Princess Grace's athletic ability, did some broken field running between brotherly love and frankness: "She was a fair hockey and basketball player."

Ed Campbell, sports editor of the Charleston News and Courier, who has been "effigied" himself, announcing a new association, the "I Was Hanged in Effigy" club: "There has been a crying need for such an organization for a long time. For years, those of us hanged in effigy have had to catch it in the neck. The organization will start work immediately lobbying for more loopholes, softer rope and better hanging conditions. The club undoubtedly will grow as people begin to get the swing of it."

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