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•Bernie (Boom Boom)Geoffrion, Atlanta Flames coach, on how he would like to handle the Philadelphia Flyers, National Hockey League penalty champions last year: "If I could talk Jimmy Brown into coming out of...
May 31, 1965
Henry Wade, the Dallas district attorney who became world famous as prosecutor of Jack Ruby, drove in the first run in the annual baseball game between Dallas prosecutors and criminal lawyers. With the score 0-0 in...
November 18, 1963
•Jimmy Brown, Cleveland Browns' bruising ball carrier, explaining why he once rejected a $25,000 offer to abandon professional football and become a boxer: "'Football is my game. I don't like to hurt people."