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Kasmir

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I used to sell the papers in downtown Boston after school during the early-mid 1970s, so I had the pleasure of reading the bylines of some pretty heavy dudes from that era: Joe Fitzgerald, Larry Claflin, Cliff Keane, Peter Gammons, Will McDonough, Kevin Mannix, Bob Ryan, John Powers, Tim Horgan, Leigh Montville et. al... Good times, good times...
Which of those effers black listed Houston Antwine? My guess would be McDonough and Montville as they were the football beat guys IIRC
 

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I used to sell the papers in downtown Boston after school during the early-mid 1970s, so I had the pleasure of reading the bylines of some pretty heavy dudes from that era: Joe Fitzgerald, Larry Claflin, Cliff Keane, Peter Gammons, Will McDonough, Kevin Mannix, Bob Ryan, John Powers, Tim Horgan, Leigh Montville et. al... Good times, good times...
Ahhhhhhh... the good old days.
 

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I used to sell the papers in downtown Boston after school during the early-mid 1970s, so I had the pleasure of reading the bylines of some pretty heavy dudes from that era: Joe Fitzgerald, Larry Claflin, Cliff Keane, Peter Gammons, Will McDonough, Kevin Mannix, Bob Ryan, John Powers, Tim Horgan, Leigh Montville et. al... Good times, good times...
the Golden Age of sports writing in Boston and perhaps the country. So many REALLY good writers at the Globe and Herald, though I was never a fan of Cliff Keane. The days when Shaunessey was Ryan's gofer on the basketball beat. It actually got even better in the 80's, For me every day started with the Globe. Sports, funnies and editorial page/letters to the editor, in that order,
 

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the Golden Age of sports writing in Boston and perhaps the country. So many REALLY good writers at the Globe and Herald, though I was never a fan of Cliff Keane. The days when Shaunessey was Ryan's gofer on the basketball beat. It actually got even better in the 80's, For me every day started with the Globe. Sports, funnies and editorial page/letters to the editor, in that order,
We were lucky
 

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