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THEY SAID IT
Edited by Robert Sullivan
January 05, 1987
?Bill Callahan, University of Missouri sports information director, on how he improved at his job: "I used to have the worst time remembering names. Then I took that Sam Carnegie course and I've been all right ever since."
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January 05, 1987

They Said It

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? Bill Callahan, University of Missouri sports information director, on how he improved at his job: "I used to have the worst time remembering names. Then I took that Sam Carnegie course and I've been all right ever since."

? C.M. Newton, Vanderbilt basketball coach, misspeaking on a radio show about the loss of two Commodore starters: "We'll have to use some of our inexpensive players."

? Bo Schembechler, Michigan football coach, on why he doesn't plan to become an athletic director after he finally wins a national title as a coach: "They don't hire 90-year-old AD's."

? Shirley Muldowney, drag racer: "I want to be the fastest woman in the world—in a manner of speaking."

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