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Dundee , NY
(607) 243-7369
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THE GREATEST CAN REFLECT ON 70 OF THE BEST - Express.co.uk

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
Happy Birthday message from President Barack Obama, who wouldn’t ever have got anywhere near the Oval Office without the great social struggle in which Ali engaged so courageously. Angelo Dundee, who was the cornerman in all but two of Ali’s professional fights, will be at the party. Among the more ebullient characters also present will be one Mike Marley, the New Yorker who goes all the way back to 1963 with The Greatest and has never stopped talking since. Ali’s epic life of grandeur in the ring and civil rights activism and the Vietnam war protests of the Sixties are gilded as the greatest story in the history of sport. Just as much, Marley’s small but significant part in it transmits the magic as it happened behind closed doors. in 1963, at the age of 13, Marley started the first Cassius Clay fan club. Within two years he was mixing with the entourage at the Statler Hilton near Boston where Ali was preparing for his rematch with Liston. The shoulders he rubbed included those of Malcolm X. “I just called him at the hotel one day and got through and asked if he would sign my copy of his I Am The Greatest record album,” recalls Marley. “Ali asked me if I was a white boy or if I was coloured. After I told him the truth, I asked if I could go to the press conference but he said I couldn’t. I asked him why and he said, ‘Because Liston eats little kids’.” Presumably, Ali recognised in Marley, who went on to become the New York Post’s boxing columnist, a kindred, larger-than-life soul and made him part of the camp. After work-outs, Marley would fetch the tea and the water. When the fight was cancelled because Ali had appendicitis, the teenager worked his way through a squad of bodyguards from the Nation of Islam and ended up at the hospital bedside every day. “The champ told them to let me in and I visited him every day for three weeks,” said Marley. “Later, at a press conference, he called me to the podium and told everyone I was his biggest fan.” He remains so to this day. What other choice has he after being showered with the Ali charisma from such an early age? Marley, now an attorney in Brooklyn, adds: “The Icon is The Icon. A full week of tributes won’t get the job done. I am declaring this the International Year of Muhammad Ali.” It is a suitably extravagant example of brilliantly overblown rap, which Ali invented. He would have put it even more sharply himself. But only just because, like the world itself, Marley learnt from The Greatest. YOU can now follow John Dillon on Twitter. JohnDillonExprs‘Love and awe are inspired in equal parts’‘Let’s celebrate Year of Ali, says his biggest fan’ Share... • Got A Story? Get in touch online• Email the news desk directly here! Next story... Today is cursed TODAY is the most cursed day in the calendar, a time to keep your head down and hope y... img src="http://pixel.quantserve.com/pixel/p-89EK...

Patricia Kachur - Adrian Daily Telegram

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
Burial and Rite of Committal will follow at Lenawee Hills Memorial Gardens, Tecumseh. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial gifts in her name be given to Hospice of Lenawee or Dundee Senior Meals on Wheels. Words of sympathy, encouragement, and special memories may be offered to the family by visiting the obituary page at www.handlerfuneralhomes.com.

New manager at Dingwall mart - Ross-Shire Journal

Sat, Dec 17, 2011
Mr William A Easson, Seaforth Place, Maryburgh, as Town Clerk of Invergordon, will give much satisfaction to many friends in the County. Mr Easson and his family came north to Ross-shire from Dundee in 1956, when he succeeded Mr Roderick Mackay as chief education clerk to Ross and Cromarty Education Authority. Outside his normal working life, however, Mr Easson is much in demand as a preacher of some merit by various congregations, and for his appearances on discussion panels. Mrs Easson is president of Muir of Ord and Conon WRI and has had success in the coaching of school choirs. With her daughter Elizabeth, a pupil of Dingwall Academy, they form a talented singing duo. The Easson's son David is a student at St Andrew's University. Ross County Football Club defeated Clachnacuddin 7-0 in a Highland League fixture at Dingwall. The victory brought home to County fans the benefit of using orthodox wingers, who opened up play and the opportunities which were taken by two first-class wingers, Ian Marshall and Robert Bannerman. Both struck great form and established a good understanding with their colleagues. Their positional play was excellent; they knew how to use the ball to advantage, and their crosses were always accurate. As a result the inside forwards came into their own, varying their approach on goal. Hugh Thom was in brilliant form as he opened the scoring with a well-placed header. In all he notched six of the seven goals, the seventh being credited to Sandy Mackenzie. Two Ross-shire boys have been selected for the North of Scotland Schools Football squad to play the Highland League Under 20 select at Inverness in January. They are goalkeeper Robert Leitch, Fortrose, and Richard Hart, Tain Royal Academy, outside left. A third player, Junior Belli, Dingwall Academy, is a reserve. Members of the Ullapool Harbour Trust are: Messrs John Macrae, William MacCulloch, Kenneth Macleod, Arthur Pollock, James Mackenzie, John Mackay and Murdo Macleod. Mrs Davidson, Marsule, Craig Road, Dingwall, who is a member of the Scottish Society of Women Artists, has had a picture hung in the exhibition in the Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh. l At a meeting of Ross and Cromarty property and works committee, Mr George Baxter Smith, Muir of Ord, who is a member of the County Architect's Department, has been appointed Chief Assistant Architect. At present he is working on the new Tain Royal Academy project. Miss Patricia Bain, Dingwall, convened a meeting to re-form the Ross-shire Ladies...




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