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61. Ernie Quigley: An Official for All Seasons Ernie Quigley: An Official for All Seasons Winter 2010-2011 Article about Ernest C. Quigley from St. Mary's, Kansas, who is little-known today but had a 40-year career in officiating baseball, basketball, and football games. From 1913 to 1938, Quigley was a major...

62. Evanston Golf Club Evanston Golf Club Postcard of the Evanston Golf Club grounds

63. Evanston Golf Club Evanston Golf Club Postcard of the entrance to the Evanston Golf Club

64. Evanston Golf Club Evanston Golf Club Postcard of the Evanston Golf Club

65. Fellowship of Christian Athletes Turns 50 Years Old Fellowship of Christian Athletes Turns 50 Years Old February 21, 2004 Short article about the 50th anniversary yearlong celebrations planned by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Events started with a dinner program that was a tribute to Dal Shealy, the organization's...

66. Field of Dreams Field of Dreams August//1994 Along with Hellmuth Obata Kassabaum and HNTB Corporation, one of three most experienced sports architecture firms.

67. Field of Dreams Field of Dreams August//1994 Article about Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum, one of the world's most experienced sports architectural firms.

68. Field of Dreams Field of Dreams August//1994 Photos and article about HNTB, formerly known under individual names Howard Needles Tammen & Bergendoff. One of the three firms that shaped sports facility design throughout the world.

69. Five for the Fans Five for the Fans June 10, 2011 Pictures and some statistics of the five sports stadiums in the Kansas City area including Arrowhead Stadium, Kauffman Stadium, Kansas Speedway, Sprint Center, and Livestrong Sporting Park. No article....

70. Football Football Photos and information on football in the Kansas City and surrounding areas, including the Kansas City Chiefs professional team and the Kansas University college team, etc.

71. Football: Marty's Law Football: Marty's Law January//1999 Photos and biographical article about Marty Schottenheimer, head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs football team since 1989 and in his final season here in 1999.

72. Funkhouser Backs Bannister Project Funkhouser Backs Bannister Project December 13, 2007 Article about the mayor's support of TIF for the $949 million Three Trails redevelopment plan for Bannister Mall. The former mall and adjacent Benjamin Plaza shopping center will be demolished to be replaced...

73. G.O.A.T. Means Gets Only a Third G.O.A.T. Means Gets Only a Third August 23, 2004 Review of Maurice Greene, from Kansas City, Kansas, and his placing third in the Olympics. He won his first world championship in 1997, and set the world record in 1999, and won the gold at the 2000 Olypmics....

74. Game On: Greater Kansas City Sports Businesses Spend Their Time Juggling Competition, Revenue and Costs Game On: Greater Kansas City Sports Businesses Spend Their Time Juggling Competition, Revenue and Costs May 2001 Photos and article about the history of professional sports teams and their business aspects in Greater Kansas City from the 1960s to the present-day's "fledgling Kansas City Knights of the American Basketball...

75. Gateway Boxing Legend Remains a 'Knock-Out' Gateway Boxing Legend Remains a 'Knock-Out' May 16-22, 2008 Article highlights the life and legacy of Arrington "Bubble" Klice, former owner and coach of the Gateway Boxing Club. Klice trained amateur boxers from 1936 to 1978 and was involved with the Golden Gloves...

76. Gear for Sports Gear for Sports June 2009 Gear for Sports is "one of the nation's leading producers of customized sportswear." With world headquarters in Lenexa, it sells T-shirts, sweatshirts, etc. bearing school and athletic team logos to colleges...

77. George Toma George Toma May 1972 Biography of George Toma, the world's foremost expert on groundskeeping for athletic fields and the groundskeeper of the Truman Sports Complex.

78. Going to Bat for a Downtown Ballpark Going to Bat for a Downtown Ballpark November 19, 2004 The defeated Bistate II tax plan made way for the Downtown Council to officially announce its support for a ballpark in the downtown area. The article looks at the plans, obstacles, and a couple proposed...

79. Golden Moment: Kansas City Sportshow Celebrates 50th Anniversary as an Area Institution Golden Moment: Kansas City Sportshow Celebrates 50th Anniversary as an Area Institution January 4, 2003 The Kansas City Sports, Boat and Travel Show opened in 1954. According to the article, the show now attracts 135,000 people during its six day run and has more than 400 exhibitors. Illustrations include...

80. Goodbye, Monochrome Board! Goodbye, Monochrome Board! October 17, 2007 Kauffman Stadium renovation work started in October 2007. The scoreboard with the trademark Royals crown is coming down. It will be replaced with a new scoreboard, 106 feet by 86 feet, that is to be the...