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July 22, 1974 | Edited by Sarah Pileggi
•Fred Patek, 5'4" Kansas City shortstop, asked how it feels to be the smallest player in the major leagues: "It feels a helluva lot better than being the smallest player in the minor leagues."
March 22, 1971 | Sandy Treadwell
Downtown Kansas City swells and shifts with the passing of conventions. Last fall it was the Shriners riding motorcycles through the go-go parlors on 12th Street. In February it was the 8,000 chicken pluckers of the...
December 14, 1970
The Sportsman of the year, the moments of the year and the controversies of the year are part of a special issue that captures the excitement, vigor and concerns with which a new decade has begun. Jack Olsen writes...
August 21, 1967
•Warren Woodson, New Mexico State coach, commenting on a new 300-pound lineman: "He's 6-4 and we had to have a special jersey made for him because of his 22-inch biceps. He was too big for the Army. I like 4-Fs like...
October 10, 1966
Some horse shows are as starchy as a White House dinner. Most are as predictable as a minuet. But not the Kansas City American Royal. The world's biggest indoor horse show, the Royal mixes Wild West barrel racing...