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THEY SAID IT
Edited by Ron Reid
July 04, 1977
?Tony Dorsett, Dallas Cowboy rookie halfback, after a three-day orientation camp: "What did I learn? I learned one thing for sure. You can't be a dummy and play for the Cowboys."
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July 04, 1977

They Said It

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? Tony Dorsett, Dallas Cowboy rookie halfback, after a three-day orientation camp: "What did I learn? I learned one thing for sure. You can't be a dummy and play for the Cowboys."

? Julius Boros, 57-year-old golfer, insisting he plans to continue playing occasional tour events: "Retire? Retire to what? I already fish and play golf."

?Sam Bowen, Valdosta State College centerfielder drafted in 1974 by Boston and sent to its Class AAA Pawtucket, R.I. farm team, when asked whether he feels he'll be good enough to make the Red Sox one day: "Right now, I feel like I've got my feet on the ground as far as my head is concerned."

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