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THEY SAID IT
Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
February 06, 1984
?Lee Stern, owner of the Chicago Sting, on the fact that NASL attendance is declining as participation in youth soccer continues to grow: "If 12-year-olds could drive, we wouldn't have any problems."
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February 06, 1984

They Said It

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?Lee Stern, owner of the Chicago Sting, on the fact that NASL attendance is declining as participation in youth soccer continues to grow: "If 12-year-olds could drive, we wouldn't have any problems."

?The Rev. Roger T. Scott, rector of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Lexington, Ky., addressing a half-filled church on Super Sunday: "You don't know what tough is until you've faced cold weather, Kentucky basketball and the Super Bowl in one day."

?Manfred Ewald, president of the East German Olympic Committee, asked by an Italian journalist when his country, which confines its Olympic skiing participation to Nordic events, would compete in Alpine events: "As soon as you surrender some of your mountains to us."

? Brian McIntyre, NBA publicist, replying to former NBA center Johnny Kerr's request to compete in last weekend's slam dunk contest: "Yes, but you have to provide your own trampoline."

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