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THEY SAID IT
Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
October 18, 1982
?Byron Walker, world champion steer wrestler, expressing the hope that a rodeo in which he was appearing in Dallas would make local football fans forget the NFL strike: "After all, we're the only cowboys in town making a living."
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October 18, 1982

They Said It

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?Byron Walker, world champion steer wrestler, expressing the hope that a rodeo in which he was appearing in Dallas would make local football fans forget the NFL strike: "After all, we're the only cowboys in town making a living."

?Steven Barry, 32-year-old plasterer from Cardiff, Wales, who won the 30-km. walk in the Commonwealth Games in 2:10:16, when asked how he intended to celebrate: "I'll get plastered."

?Kelly Paris, St. Louis Cardinal third baseman, after scoring the winning run in his first major league game, a 6-5, 13-inning victory over the Dodgers: "I'd have to say that looking back, this is the high point of my career."

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