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THEY SAID IT
June 16, 1969
?Clark Graebner, second-ranking U.S. tennis player, on how to insure the survival and growth of tennis: "We've got to get rid of the girls in major tournaments. If they want to establish separate tournaments for the women as they do in golf, that's all right, but they don't belong in the same tournaments with men. My wife is a good player, but she agrees."
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June 16, 1969

They Said It

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? Clark Graebner, second-ranking U.S. tennis player, on how to insure the survival and growth of tennis: "We've got to get rid of the girls in major tournaments. If they want to establish separate tournaments for the women as they do in golf, that's all right, but they don't belong in the same tournaments with men. My wife is a good player, but she agrees."

? George Webster, Houston Oiler linebacker, on his off-season job as a car salesman: "I haven't sold any yet, but I've been in field-goal range a couple of times."

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