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THEY SAID IT
Edited by Martin Kane
April 26, 1971
?John Miller, observing that he was happy not to be paired with Jack Nicklaus in the closing round of the Masters: "That man makes you feel sort of insuperior."
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April 26, 1971

They Said It

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? John Miller, observing that he was happy not to be paired with Jack Nicklaus in the closing round of the Masters: "That man makes you feel sort of insuperior."

?Telecaster at halftime in the Baltimore Bullets- New York Knicks playoff game, won by Baltimore 101-80: "Those Bullets rose like Lazarus from the ashes."

? Bob Gibson, St. Louis Cardinal star pitcher, who is against golf, hunting and all other exercise during off season, asked what he did to keep in such good shape: "Nothing. I spend all winter just trying to get out of shape."

? Willie Pep, former world featherweight champion, on a report that he had died: "Naw, I didn't die last night. I wasn't even out of the house."

? Charlie Finley, Oakland A's owner, on Hank Bauer, whom he hired and fired twice: "He's the kind of guy I'd like to go hunting with. I would trust him around me with a gun."

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