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181. Q & A: "It's Not the Game--It's the People" Q & A: "It's Not the Game--It's the People" September//1985 Photos and biographical article about Joe McGuff, a former resident of southern Kansas City and "the sports editor of the Star" since about 1950, covering the Athletics, Royals, and Chiefs, etc., and being...

182. Ready for a Rebound Ready for a Rebound March 15, 2005 Article features photos, history, and statistics of Gear For Sports, a sportswear production company based in Lenexa, Kansas. Founded in 1974 as Winning Ways by Bob Wolff.

183. Regal Renovations Look Like Winner Regal Renovations Look Like Winner April 2, 2008 Color photograph and article describing the new $8.3 million Crown Vision scoreboard, described as the world's biggest video display, at Kauffman Stadium. Includes a sidebar article, "What to Expect at...

184. Rock 'em, Sock 'em History Rock 'em, Sock 'em History July 14, 2013 Article describes a boxing match that took place near Kansas City on July 16, 1883. The author draws upon an article published the following day in the Kansas City Daily Journal newspaper and reports that...

185. Rockhurst College Campus Rockhurst College Campus circa 1940s Full view of the Mason-Halpin Fieldhouse located on the campus of what is now Rockhurst University at 1100 Rockhurst Road in Kansas City, Missouri.

186. Rockhurst College Campus Rockhurst College Campus circa 1940s Interior view of basketball game in progress in the Mason-Halpin Fieldhouse located on the campus of what is now Rockhurst University located at 1100 Rockhurst Road in Kansas City, Missouri.

187. Royals Say No to Downtown Royals Say No to Downtown February 12, 2005 The Kansas City Royals announced Friday that they and their fans want to keep the Truman Sports Complex as it is, rather than building a downtown ballpark or renovating Kauffman Stadium. This abrupt change...

188. Ruskin's Marlin Chalks up a Milestone Ruskin's Marlin Chalks up a Milestone January 26, 2013 Article announces that Gerry Marlin, head basketball coach at Ruskin High School, has achieved his 500th career victory. Marlin's background in the sport as well as his coaching style is discussed. Former...

189. Sam Molen Sam Molen 1955-02-22 Photograph of Sam Molen speaking at the March 22, 1955 meeting of the Radio and Television Council of Greater Kansas City held at the Pickwick Hotel. The program for the event was called "Kansas City Athletics."...

190. Sam Molen Obituary Sam Molen Obituary August 10, 2008 Obituary for Sam Molen who died at Girard, Illinois, on August 8, 2008, at age 92. According to the obituary, "Sam served as president of K. L. Broadcasting Corp. (KBEA-KBEY). He was a sports announcer...

191. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 5, 1940-1941, Page p1207 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 5, 1940-1941, Page p1207 1940-1941 A portion of Kansas City from E. 15th Street south to E. 18th Street and from Cypress Avenue east to Brighton Avenue, showing buildings and streets. Large numbers at edges of page refer to page with adjoining...

192. SC123 D. M. Nigro Collection SC123 D. M. Nigro Collection 1944-1999 and n.d. The D. M. Nigro Collection consists of publicity materials, correspondence, ephemera, and photographs created by or relating to Dr. D. M. Nigro of Kansas City. Nigro was a medical doctor, sports enthusiast,...

193. SC164 KCPL Reference Hard to Find Collection SC164 KCPL Reference Hard to Find Collection 1980 – 2005, bulk 1990s The materials within the KCPL Reference Hard to Find (HTF) Collection were compiled by Kansas City Public Library reference librarians and staff members to provide an easy to access source of information...

194. School Nicknames School Nicknames November 6, 1929 Nicknames for Kansas City football teams have been confusing to many followers. Central High--Blue Eagles; Westport--Tigers; East High--Greenies; Southwest High--Indians; Manual High--Vikings; Rockhurst...

195. Scoring a Harley Selvidge Routine Scoring a Harley Selvidge Routine February/24/1960 Photo and biographical article about Harley Selvidge, "director of the scoring table" since the beginning of the "annual National Intercollegiate championships" at Convention Hall in 1921. Also a former...

196. Scouts Season Comes to Merciful End Scouts Season Comes to Merciful End April/5/1976 Story of the end of the Kansas City Scouts team that lost 43 of its final 44 games.

197. Sculpture Honors Dutton Brookfield [and] Sculpture Gift Commemorates Dutton Brookfield Sculpture Honors Dutton Brookfield [and] Sculpture Gift Commemorates Dutton Brookfield June/6/2000 Two articles about the new memorial sculpture in honor of Dutton Brookfield (1918-1979), "president of the Kansas City-based Unitog Company and [first] chairman of the Jackson County Sports Authority,"...

198. Selling From The Mouths of Babes Selling From The Mouths of Babes June 8, 2003 Pros and cons about using children for sports marketing, particularly Mark Walker, Jr., a Lee's Summit three-year old basketball prodigy capable of making 18 baskets in a row. Reebok, the world's No. 2...

199. Sharing the Victory: The Twenty-five Years of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Sharing the Victory: The Twenty-five Years of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes //1980 It was local sportswriter Ernie Mehl who convinced the Fellowship of Christian Athletes in 1956 that they should move their headquarters to a city with a major league team. Kansas City had such a team...

200. Small Town to the City Small Town to the City December//1946 Article reprinted from the Kansas City Star about "Kanss City's organized and free recreation" serving the "big city" population with "small town" entertainment in the form of games (baseball, softball,...