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81. Greene Is Gold! KCK Sprinter Sizzles in Sydney with 100-Meter Victory Greene Is Gold! KCK Sprinter Sizzles in Sydney with 100-Meter Victory September/23/2000 Photo and article about Maurice Greene, from Kansas City, Kansas, winning the gold medal in the 100-meter dash at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia, with a time of 9.87 seconds and speed of 27 miles...

82. Group Portrait with Jack Dempsey Group Portrait with Jack Dempsey November 1931 Four men posing for a group portrait. The man second from the left, holding a hat is heavyweight boxer Jack Dempsey. Another man is standing in the background. The photograph was likely taken at the Elms...

83. Group Portrait with Jack Dempsey Group Portrait with Jack Dempsey November 1931 Four men posing for a group portrait. Second from the left with his hands behind his back is heavyweight boxer Jack Dempsey. The photograph was likely taken outside the Elms Hotel in Excelsior Springs,...

84. Gwinn Henry Spent 19 Years on the Missouri-Kansas Scene Gwinn Henry Spent 19 Years on the Missouri-Kansas Scene May/17/1955 Photo and obituary for Gwinn Henry, a football coach at the University of Missouri (9 years), the University of Kansas (5 years), Emporia State College (5 years), and later in New Mexico, dying at the...

85. Hall of Famer Boudreau Dies: Star Shortstop Was A's First Manager in KC Hall of Famer Boudreau Dies: Star Shortstop Was A's First Manager in KC August/11/2001 Photo and obituary for Lou Boudreau, "a Hall of Fame shortstop and first manager of the Kansas City Athletics" baseball team from 1955 to 1957, dying at the age of 84 in 2001.

86. Hang Time: Marcus Allen Hang Time: Marcus Allen February//1997 Photos, interview, and biographical article about Marcus Allen, the 36-year-old star running back and future Hall of Famer for the Kansas City Chiefs.

87. Hard Knocks Hard Knocks March/1-7/2001 Describes professional and amateur boxing activities in Kansas City.

88. Harley Selvidge Dies Harley Selvidge Dies April/15/1970 Photo and obituary for Harley Selvidge, "81 years old, long known as the dean of Kansas City high school coaches." Native of Holden, Missouri becoming "supervisor of boys' physical education of all high...

89. He's a New Bill Tilden: Ellsworth Vines, Who Plays Here, Has All the Strokes He's a New Bill Tilden: Ellsworth Vines, Who Plays Here, Has All the Strokes May/6/1932 Article about the "coming of the United States Davis Cup tennis team to Kansas City" in 1932 including American player Ellsworth Vines, compared to Bill Tilden and considered one of the best tennis players...

90. Hockey Hockey October/27/1974 Entire section of the newspaper featuring the Scouts hockey team.

91. Home Field Advantage Home Field Advantage March 2002 Article about local architecture firms and the worldwide sports stadiums for which they are responsible. Includes designs and photographs of stadiums and arenas.

92. Home Stretch: After a Seven-Year Ownership Struggle David Glass and Kansas City Finally Play Ball Home Stretch: After a Seven-Year Ownership Struggle David Glass and Kansas City Finally Play Ball June/12/2000 Photos and biographical article about David Glass, "chairman and recently retired chief executive of Wal-Mart" and owner of the Kansas City Royals baseball team. Native of Mountain View, Missouri becoming...

93. Hunt says He's Selling Wizards Hunt says He's Selling Wizards December 10, 2004 Lamar Hunt, investor/operator of the Wizards soccer team announced on December 9, 2004, that the team was up for sale. Hunt says the defeat of Bistate II tax played a role in his decision to sell. "The...

94. Ice Hockey Ice Hockey

95. If We Build It, They Will Come If We Build It, They Will Come November 17, 2005 It was announced on November 16, 2005, that Kansas City would be eligible for a Super Bowl game sometime between 2012-2021 if a rolling roof is added to the Truman Sports Complex. The roof would probably...

96. In Baseball He Gets A's In Baseball He Gets A's January//1957 Profile of Ernie Mehl, the sports editor for the newspaper.

97. In the Eyes of the Storm In the Eyes of the Storm November//1982 Article about the members of Kansas City's professional minor league football team.

98. Innovative New Park For the City of Independence Innovative New Park For the City of Independence April 2008 Article highlights the opening of the Independence Athletic complex. "The opening is historical for two reasons: it is the largest park ever built by Independence and it was built in a most unusual place."...

99. International Hockey League Folds: The Puck Stops Here International Hockey League Folds: The Puck Stops Here June/5/2001 Photos and article about the end of the Kansas City Blades ice hockey team in 2001, reviewing their history in Kansas City since 1990 as part of the newly defunct International Hockey League.

100. Interview: Tracey Leiweke Interview: Tracey Leiweke April//1983 Interview with Tracey Leiweke, the 36-year-old (in 1983) president of the Kansas City Comets indoor soccer team, about the financial success and popularity of the team.