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THEY SAID IT
December 11, 1961
?A 61-year-old pensioner, outraged because University of Miami football games were not broadcast, said he had planned to leave his body to the university's medical school: "But if that's the way they do things, I'm going to leave it to Duke instead."
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December 11, 1961

They Said It

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?A 61-year-old pensioner, outraged because University of Miami football games were not broadcast, said he had planned to leave his body to the university's medical school: "But if that's the way they do things, I'm going to leave it to Duke instead."

? Ray Eliot, former Illinois coach, telling why he changed his name from Ray Nusspickel: "Can you imagine hearing the fans trying to give three cheers and a locomotive for Nusspickel?"

? Ralph Houk, New York Yankee manager, on what teams he expects will give him trouble next season: " Baltimore, Cleveland, Chicago, Detroit—all the ones that have been tough will stay that way. And the second-division clubs seem to give us as much trouble as anyone else."

?An alert publicity man at Powder Hill, Conn. ski area, watching the season's first snow, wired Connecticut newspapers: "Please convey our apologies to Connecticut citizens for snowstorm. We have been testing our snow-making machine, and the darn thing went out of control."

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