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July 23, 1982 - Image 33

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Shown at the recent Dial Coaching Clinic in Mon-
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Aviv University, Jewish Telegraphic Agency sports
editor Haskell Cohen, and Hassian Omran, coach of
Zemalek Sporting Club of Egypt. Fradkin and Omran
discussed the possibility of starting a home-and-home
series between Israeli and Egyptian basketball teams.

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In 1971, who caught
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hitter?
Danny Breeden. On June
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the second no-hitter of his
major league career. The
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Cincinnati Reds, at River-
front Stadium, 1-0.
In 1965, who was Sandy
Koufax's 382nd and last
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Mack Jones. On Oct. 2,
1965, Jones fanned, as
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clinched the pennant for the
Dodgers. Koufax yielded
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batters, as the Los Angeles
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Louis Limmer, in his
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bat, hit a home run. What
pitcher surrendered this
hit?

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