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THEY SAID IT
August 28, 1961
?Early-day Rodeo Performer Dough-belly Price, comparing the big money of today's rodeos to the low prizes awarded when he was performing: "We seen the time that the sweat on a restaurant window looked like beef gravy."
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August 28, 1961

They Said It

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?Early-day Rodeo Performer Dough-belly Price, comparing the big money of today's rodeos to the low prizes awarded when he was performing: "We seen the time that the sweat on a restaurant window looked like beef gravy."

? Jack Curtice, president of the American Football Coaches Association, on the standards of physical fitness among the young: "I know Americans are getting soft when a teen-ager thinks he's roughing it if he has to drive a car without automatic transmission."

?Braniff Airways Stewardess Betsy Lockhart, making announcement on a charter flight carrying the Dallas Texans football team to a game in Buffalo: "And your hostesses—the pretty blonde one with the blue eyes, a shapely figure and a warm smile, is me; the other girl is Sherry Hansen."

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