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THEY SAID IT
Edited by Martin Kane
June 28, 1971
?Clete Boyer, new Hawaii Islander third baseman, on his $1,000 fine for gambling: "I'd go double or nothing with Bowie Kuhn, but I don't think he'd go for that."
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June 28, 1971

They Said It

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? Clete Boyer, new Hawaii Islander third baseman, on his $1,000 fine for gambling: "I'd go double or nothing with Bowie Kuhn, but I don't think he'd go for that."

? Abe Lemons, Oklahoma City basketball coach: "The reason I don't have a curfew is because it's always your star who gets caught."

? Pirate General Manager Joe Brown, who for the first time in 17 years was not approached by any team before the June 15 trading deadline: "I called a couple of clubs myself. I tried trading John Gal-breath to Houston for Judge Hofheinz, but they weren't interested."

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