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181. Golden Still? Golden Still? May 5, 2004 Story features the Golden Gloves Tournament and especially the regionals held in Kansas City over the years. The Golden Gloves was created by the Chicago Tribune in 1923 and was sponsored by big city newspapers,...

182. Golden Weekend: Too Many Chiefs Made Too Many Touchdowns Golden Weekend: Too Many Chiefs Made Too Many Touchdowns September/16/1963 Photos and article about the Kansas City Chiefs, "the champions of the American Football League" after changing names and relocating from Dallas (as the Dallas Texans) to Kansas City in 1963. Description...

183. 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...

184. Grand Design: New Stadium for Yankees is Latest Plum for HOK Grand Design: New Stadium for Yankees is Latest Plum for HOK June 16, 2005 Kansas City-based sports architectural firm HOK Sport+Venue+Event landed two of the most prestigious stadium projects in the country: New York Yankees and the New York Mets. Both stadiums are privately...

185. 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...

186. 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...

187. 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,...

188. 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...

189. H. Roe Bartle and Ernie Mehl H. Roe Bartle and Ernie Mehl Kansas City mayor H. Roe Bartle is pictured with Ernie Mehl. They appear to be giving/receiving some type of award. Ernie Mehl was long time sports editor for the Kansas City Star and was instrumental...

190. 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.

191. 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.

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

193. 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...

194. He Cooks! He Scores! He Cooks! He Scores! May/24-30/2001 Review of Chappell's Restaurant and Sports Museum.

195. 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...

196. Healthy Persona: Docking's New Deal Healthy Persona: Docking's New Deal December//1997 Biographical article about Gordon Docking, "sports anchor and reporter for WDAF TV" from about 1980 to 1992, replaced by Frank Boal but moving to a more rewarding career as "vice president of Carondelet...

197. Hearne Christopher, Jr.: Gossip Meister or Schlock Master? Hearne Christopher, Jr.: Gossip Meister or Schlock Master? September-October//1997 Biographical article about Hearne Christopher, Jr., a columnist for the Kansas City Star newspaper, analyzing his method of offering "a verbal buffet of sports gossip, media tidbits, social fluff, and...

198. His Long Career in Sports to Take On New Aspect His Long Career in Sports to Take On New Aspect July/12/1959 Photo and biographical article about Louis Menze, a 65-year-old former basketball star at Kansas City's Central High School, retiring as athletic director at Iowa State College in 1959. Born in Nebraska...

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

200. HOK Relocating to River Market HOK Relocating to River Market January 16, 2004 The building of a new headquarters in the River Market area for HOK, a major sports architecture firm, was approved by the Kansas City Council. The $22 million project is planned for Fourth and Wyandotte...