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May 9, 1989 | Jim Murray
Time was in this country--and not too long ago--when everything west of New York, Boston and Philadelphia was considered not worth bothering about. Civilization stopped at the Hudson or, at the farthest, Altoona. George M. Cohan put the right, contemptuous note on it when he said, "Everything outside of Broadway is Bridgeport." "Society" was 400 people in New York. Culture was Carnegie Hall. Sports were no different. There were the Yankees and the Giants--and the seven dwarfs in each league.
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May 9, 1989 | Jim Murray
Time was in this country--and not too long ago--when everything west of New York, Boston and Philadelphia was considered not worth bothering about. Civilization stopped at the Hudson or, at the farthest, Altoona. George M. Cohan put the right, contemptuous note on it when he said, "Everything outside of Broadway is Bridgeport." "Society" was 400 people in New York. Culture was Carnegie Hall. Sports were no different. There were the Yankees and the Giants--and the seven dwarfs in each league.
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