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    Aug 4, 17, 08:07 PM
    Find it hard to believe I just now saw it for the first time. Going through a stack of monthly magazines called The Kentucky Explorer...which features a zillion historical stories of the Commonwealth...reading all of the sports related ones...and saving bits and pieces for my files. Our station carried U.K. sports the whole time I was there; we interviewed him at our state tournament broadcasts several times (picture from the 1989 Sweet...
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    Aug 1, 17, 03:31 PM
    Shucks; knew the story at one time, but now don't even remember what book it was. There was more about the South Bend Central job and all that he learned there...about learning to deal with parents, society, school principals, etc. Dayton, KY probably wasn't a whole lot different from his home town of Martinsville, IN.
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    Jul 31, 17, 05:10 PM
    Always have. Sensitive sinuses and the ability to get a tremendous cold once or twice (or more) a year. And the fibers from tissues always seemed to cause more problems than they helped. Still put a clean hanky in my hip pocket every day.
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    Jul 31, 17, 04:59 PM
    No doubt there are several KHSAL guys who would be worthy of discussion. But accurate information about their careers and the competition is almost impossible to find. Bummer!
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    Jul 29, 17, 09:24 AM
    That's what we used to call a "snack bar" where I come from. Any of you guys know if one this is different?
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    Jul 28, 17, 02:59 PM
    Well phooey; that didn't come out as clearly as I had hoped. Not sure how to clean it up. The script at the bottom of first picture said, "Dedicatory exercises, honoring Mr. Bridges, were held in the Highlands H.S Gym January 15 (1956.) Bottom of the second pic, "The basement recreation room is used for student activities during the day and by the teen-age canteen and other groups on weekends and for special evening programs."
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    Jul 28, 17, 02:54 PM
    Thought this might be of interest to Bluebirds fans. Found the pic in the February, 1956 edition of the KHSAA's publication "The Athlete."
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    Jul 27, 17, 09:25 PM
    That's pretty special, Mustang; thanks for posting.
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    Jul 26, 17, 10:22 AM
    I liked Lackey's comments after the game: "I wasn't trying to hit anybody, but I totally get the other side, too," Lackey said. "Tell Happy, my bad, apologize for that, have to buy him something nice for getting hit. But the game polices itself. Whether I intentionally did it or not, I get it on the other side. You've got to take care of your guys too." ("Happy" is rookie Ian Happ...the Cub who got plunked in retaliation in the bottom of...
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    Jul 23, 17, 09:58 PM
    I appreciate the following quote from Pastor Rick Warren: “Our culture has accepted two huge lies. The first is that if you disagree with someone’s lifestyle, you must fear or hate them. The second is that to love someone means you agree with everything they believe or do. Both are nonsense. You don’t have to compromise convictions to be compassionate.”
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