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drjohncarpenter wrote:- the "tall lanky cousin" referred to as "Gene" could not be the diminutive Gene Smith -- who was it?
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George Smith wrote:drjohncarpenter wrote:- the "tall lanky cousin" referred to as "Gene" could not be the diminutive Gene Smith -- who was it?
It's a limited cast from which to choose. Junior, the obvious choice, was already dead.
I agree that Gene was not tall ... maybe Denis was small himself?
Great post, the Fool, thank you.
Thu Feb 28, 2013 2:52 am
The fool wrote:I must admit I just read the article after posting it here. I thought those colour photos made it worth posting it here. But now that I read it, I thought it was really interesting.
"And what about friends you can´t trust? . . . That´s something else that makes you mad . . ." I´m reminded of Johnny Rivers and Memphis, Tennessee.
But then... "I´m never bored when I´m watching tennis, golf, football, soccer or any sport like that." Really? Soccer? Did Elvis watch soccer on TV? I don´t think so. As a soccer coach, I would like to believe that, but I find that hard to belive.
SCANDAL IN SOCCER GROWS IN ENGLAND
Monday, April 13, 1964, New York Times
SHEFFIELD, England, April 13 (UPI) -- Everton, the defending English Soccer League champion, tonight sidelined its star player, Tony Kay, pending a police investigation into charges that Kay and two other players had "thrown" a match.
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