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THEY SAID IT
November 16, 1964
?Hank Bauer of the Baltimore Orioles, on being named American League manager of the year: "I've been wondering how things would have turned out if we had won the pennant. Yogi wins it and gets fired and Keane takes it in the National and quits after the Series. It looks to me like finishing third was the way to do it this year."
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November 16, 1964

They Said It

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? Hank Bauer of the Baltimore Orioles, on being named American League manager of the year: "I've been wondering how things would have turned out if we had won the pennant. Yogi wins it and gets fired and Keane takes it in the National and quits after the Series. It looks to me like finishing third was the way to do it this year."

? Ben Schwartzwalder, Syracuse University football coach, after listening to Dartmouth's Bob Blackman tell of an epidemic of boils that affected 17 of his players: "I knew the Ivy League was serious about its football, but I didn't think they would stoop to germ warfare."

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