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Then & Now
Phil Taylor
December 30, 1991
Kansas's 6'8" center Clyde Lovellette is the only player to lead the nation in scoring (28.4 points a game) the same year that his team won an NCAA championship, a double he accomplished in 1951-52. He now counsels troubled adolescents who are assigned by the courts to White's Academy, a Quaker school in Terre Haute, Ind.
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December 30, 1991

Then & Now

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Kansas's 6'8" center Clyde Lovellette is the only player to lead the nation in scoring (28.4 points a game) the same year that his team won an NCAA championship, a double he accomplished in 1951-52. He now counsels troubled adolescents who are assigned by the courts to White's Academy, a Quaker school in Terre Haute, Ind.

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