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THEY SAID IT
Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
April 28, 1975
?Milt May, Houston catcher, upon stealing a base for the first time in his five-year big-league career: "I thought they'd stop the game and give me second base."
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April 28, 1975

They Said It

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? Milt May, Houston catcher, upon stealing a base for the first time in his five-year big-league career: "I thought they'd stop the game and give me second base."

? Carmen Cozza, Yale football coach, on his efforts to recruit highly touted Quarterback Joe Restic, son of Harvard's coach: "If he comes to Yale, I'll be willing to send my daughter to Radcliffe. Fair is fair."

? Phil Johnson, Kansas City Kings coach, on the rough treatment Tiny Archibald was getting from the Chicago Bulls: "We're going to get him a tear-away jersey."

? Catfish Hunter, booed by home fans after losing his first two starts as the New York Yankees' $3.75 million pitcher: "I'd have booed me, too."

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