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They Said It
March 16, 1959
Frank Lane, general manager of Ike Cleveland Indians, offering to other American League managers a grand strategy for the coming season: "We should all have one objective—to keep the Yankees from winning again."
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March 16, 1959

They Said It

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Frank Lane, general manager of Ike Cleveland Indians, offering to other American League managers a grand strategy for the coming season: "We should all have one objective—to keep the Yankees from winning again."

Terry Brennan, once Notre Dame coach, now in charge of conditioning the Cincinnati Reds: "Once in a while I forget and almost holler for somebody to bring out the shoulder pads and blocking dummies."

James C. Matthews, President of North Texas Stale College, quashing the furor caused when students hung Basketball Coach Pete Sands in effigy after a 70-58 loss to St. Louis University: "Incidents such as these are the best way I know to insure the tenure of a coach at this college."

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