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April 13, 1959
Whitey Ford, New York Yankees pitcher, philosophizing over the fact that doctors have forbidden him to eat steaks and other meats under pain of gout: "It's surprising how much you can get to like cheese omelets."
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April 13, 1959

They Said It

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Whitey Ford, New York Yankees pitcher, philosophizing over the fact that doctors have forbidden him to eat steaks and other meats under pain of gout: "It's surprising how much you can get to like cheese omelets."

Harold Haydon, dean of students at the University of Chicago, on being informed that his school had accepted a challenge from Cambridge University for an international tiddlywinks match: "Only students who maintain the university's scholastic standards will be eligible."

Rocky Graziano, onetime middleweight champion, on why his present career in show business is in no way attributable to the Actor's Studio: "They learn guys there to talk like me, so why should I go there? Marlon Brando and Paul Newman both copy the way I talk."

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