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BUGGEDSirs:John Fowles' article, Weeds, Bugs, Americans (Dec. 21), is the most thought provoking that I have read concerning conservation. His intensely personal approach to the problem brought about a...
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The once celebrated machine was limping along on some very sick cylinders. Still, there was a strange optimism around the club
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January 10, 2005
Died of emphysema at age 89, former major league pitcher and umpire Ken Burkhart. The righthander was 18--8 with a 2.90 ERA as a Cardinals rookie in 1945, but an elbow injury limited him to nine more wins before he...