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THEY SAID IT
Edited by Martin Kane
June 21, 1971
?Greg Fredericks, Penn State's three-mile and six-mile champion, on what he thinks about when running: "The first thing you think about is right at the end of the first lap. You come around, there's a guy holding up a card that says 23 laps to go and you feel sick."
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June 21, 1971

They Said It

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?Greg Fredericks, Penn State's three-mile and six-mile champion, on what he thinks about when running: "The first thing you think about is right at the end of the first lap. You come around, there's a guy holding up a card that says 23 laps to go and you feel sick."

? Mrs. Philip K. Wrigley, wife of the reticent owner of the Chicago Cubs: "He has only two speeches. The short one, 'Thank you,' and the long one, 'Thank you very much.' I like the long one."

? Bob Aspromonte, third baseman, when asked his opinion of the Clete Boyer-Paul Richards squabble: "You're talkin' to the wrong fellow about Paul Richards. He sent me to the New York Mets. I love him."

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