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THEY SAID IT
Edited by Robert W. Creamer
January 24, 1977
?Darold Knowles, Chicago Cub pitcher, asked if a former teammate was a hotdog: "There isn't enough mustard in the world to cover Reggie Jackson."
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January 24, 1977

They Said It

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? Darold Knowles, Chicago Cub pitcher, asked if a former teammate was a hotdog: "There isn't enough mustard in the world to cover Reggie Jackson."

? Shirley Casper, wife of golfer Billy Casper and mother of 11 children, six adopted, on her husband's endorsements in 1977: "He'll represent several clothing firms, as usual. I just wish one of them was Pampers."

?Shirley Majors, coach at the University of the South: "The biggest change I've experienced in football over the years is that Johnny used to be known as my son. Now I'm known as his father."

?Billy McKeever, a trainer who claims one of his horses became a winner after it began drinking beer: "What impresses me is he never spills a drop."

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