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“Babe” By Another Name

Of course, as a youngster, I thought “Babe” (Mildred) Didrikson Zaharias was wonderful. I continued to admire her sports enthusiasm and prowess all my life. I’m standing outside the cement barn floor, where our basket was located before Dad built … Continue reading

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Then Came School

At an early age, my interest in sports became a second addiction — second to the written word and writing. With my Dad, I listened to the Cleveland Indians’ (baseball) games on the radio. The Indians were my Dad’s team. … Continue reading

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Learning My Way With Imagination

Somewhere in the early going of my learning to write words and sentences, I heard the adage, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” A thousand words seemed a lifetime’s work at the time, plus I was terribly disappointed with … Continue reading

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