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41. Casey Stengel Casey Stengel Photos, illustrations, and information on Casey Stengel (1890-1975), a local high school baseball player and member of the Baseball Hall of Fame. Born and raised in Northeast Kansas City as Charles Dillon...

42. Charles Schmelzer Charles Schmelzer 1902 Photo and bio of Charles Schmelzer, a sporting goods and arms merchant in Kansas City born in Connecticut in 1856 and coming here in 1887. Served as president of the Commercial Club. In business with his...

43. Chief Weapon Chief Weapon December-January/27-3/1999-2000 Photos and biographical article about Tony Gonzalez, 23-year-old star tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs football team.

44. Chiefs Excavate to Expand Arrowhead Chiefs Excavate to Expand Arrowhead July 22, 2008 Renovations are under way at Arrowhead Stadium at a cost of $375 million. onstruction will be completed by the beginning of the 2010 Chiefs season, and new features will include 80 percent more restrooms,...

45. Chiefs Start Anew: Vermeil Likes What He Sees Chiefs Start Anew: Vermeil Likes What He Sees June/25/2001 Photo and description of Dick Vermeil, the new head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs football team in 2001 and former co-worker of Carl Peterson, the team's general manager.

46. City Window: Juice on Skates? City Window: Juice on Skates? April 1979

47. City Window: KC a Sports Magnet City Window: KC a Sports Magnet April 1979 Brief article about the incomparable array of "major sports organizations" in Kansas City.

48. City Window: No Royalty Here, Just Good Polo City Window: No Royalty Here, Just Good Polo September//1982 Article about the local polo club and the sport of polo in general.

49. Cliff Drive Classic Draws Hundreds to Historic Northeast Cliff Drive Classic Draws Hundreds to Historic Northeast August/7/2002 Now in its 39th year, the Tour of Kansas City bicycle race draws around 400 professional cyclists. The first half of the race goes through Cliff Drive in the Northeast area. Riders take 18 laps around...

50. Commentary: Every Room Brings Back Some Fond Memory Commentary: Every Room Brings Back Some Fond Memory December/25/2000 Photos and article about Chappell's Restaurant & Sports Museum in North Kansas City, owned and operated by founder Jim Chappell (opened in 1986) and containing his large collection of sports memorabilia,...

51. Competing for a Piece of the Action Competing for a Piece of the Action February//1999 Article about the smaller market professional sports teams in Kansas City, including the two soccer teams, the Attack and the Wizards, among others.

52. Competing for a Piece of the Action Competing for a Piece of the Action February//1999 Article about the professional sports teams in Kansas City other than football and baseball: the Blades in hockey, the Explorers in tennis, and the Wizards and Attack in soccer.

53. Cups Go Bottoms Up Cups Go Bottoms Up February 5, 2005 University of Kansas will no longer provide plastic stadium cups with the school logo during sports events. The article gives the history of the logo cup used for Coke products during the games. It was...

54. Dick Smith Dick Smith 1955-02-22 Photograph of Dick Smith 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...

55. Discord Roils Architectural 'Dream Team' Discord Roils Architectural 'Dream Team' March 29, 2005 Infighting and a lawsuit between architectural firms that teamed up to design the downtown Kansas City Sprint arena threaten the 'dream team.' Minneapolis-based Ellerbe Becket filed a lawsuit in Jackson...

56. Don't Touch That Dial Don't Touch That Dial May 1991 Photo and bio of Harold Ensley, "the 'Sportsman's Friend,'" in "his 37th year of TV, still fishing, hunting, camping. ..and talking," starting "at KIMO Radio in Independence in 1951" and becoming nationally...

57. Drawings Drawings n.d. Three printed drawings of unknown origin (football scene, baseball scene, and a man standing before a judge).

58. Elm Ridge Race Track Elm Ridge Race Track Postcard of Elm Ridge Race Track and Clubhouse

59. Ensley Lived Up To His Title Ensley Lived Up To His Title August 28, 2005 Brent Frazee in his column "The outdoors" reminiscences about local sportsman Harold Ensley. He shares his own stories as well as those given to him by others. Ensley, known as "The Sportsman's Friend",...

60. Erle Shepherd Obituary Erle Shepherd Obituary March/17/1970 Obituary for Erle Shepherd, the nation's leading bowler and charter member of the Kansas City Bowling Hall of Fame, dying at the age of 81 on March 16, 1970.