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THEY SAID IT
March 15, 1965
?Rip Collins, on his former teammate, the late Pepper Martin, with the St. Louis Cardinals Gashouse Gang: "After he was switched from the outfield to third base, he hated for fellows to bunt to him. He was the only ballplayer I ever knew who threw at the runner instead of the base."
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March 15, 1965

They Said It

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?Rip Collins, on his former teammate, the late Pepper Martin, with the St. Louis Cardinals Gashouse Gang: "After he was switched from the outfield to third base, he hated for fellows to bunt to him. He was the only ballplayer I ever knew who threw at the runner instead of the base."

?The London Economist, on pro football's influence on the college game: "Amateur standing in American football is like virginity—highly prized but difficult to ascertain."

? Casey Stengel, on his rookie outfielder Danny Napoleon: "He'll be O.K. if he keeps his hand out of his shirt."

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