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•John Trautwein, Boston Red Sox pitcher, after relieving Roger Clemens, who had had a rare poor start: "It was like Frank Sinatra opening for Bob Uecker."
February 10, 1964
It's all nonsense about golf carts lowering your scores, says Connecticut's Senator Abraham Ribicoff. "Carts hurry you up. Walking relaxes you," adds the 14-handicap regular at Burning Tree. By refusing to use a...
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July 31, 1972
Assistant Professor Tommie Smith, in England recently to compete in the World Professional Sprint Championship, stopped by to pay his respects and extend apologies to the Marquess of Exeter. It was the marquess who...