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14-inch wooden paint stirrer V Antonio Brown #17

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Nate Branch, junior at Ravenswood H.S. in East Palo Alto, Calif., scored with seconds to play in fifth overtime in finals of northern California basketball championships, gave Ravenswood a 60-58 win in longest title game ever played in northern California.

Dave Newhouse sent me (This deletes the name of the co-combatant, which Dave says is St.Elizabeth of Oakland. Nate Branch later played for Nebraska and the Harlem Globetrotters and was recently known to play organ at a local church. From … Continue reading

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Bob Cousy v Hamidou Diallo

  And this one, maybe I printed it previously is related to an even earlier six or eight part drawing of Boston Celtics Bob Cousy, him demonstrating the novel dribbling technique. Diallo plays for Oklahoma Thunder and won the All … Continue reading

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Ted Hoagland’s three nature essays in Sports Illustrated, all in the 1970s

OR: TED, NOT DEAD, HEAD “In a Lair with a Bear,” Sports Illustrated, March 26, 1973 “A Mountain with a Wolf on It,” Sports Illustrated, January 14, 1974 “Big Frog, Very Small Pond,” Sports Illustrated, March 3, 1975 (from Lynn … Continue reading

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