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July 17, 1988 | BOB OATES, Times Staff Writer
Thirty years ago Ronnie Knox was a controversial football star whose stepfather, Harvey, was treading new ground as his agent. But Ronnie didn't turn out the way everyone in the world of sports expected. He has resurfaced as a wandering poet. Thirty-odd years ago when Ronnie and Harvey Knox were trouping about the Los Angeles area as if they owned it, a busy lawyer named Jerry Giesler had the best-paying law practice in town.
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July 17, 1988 | BOB OATES, Times Staff Writer
Thirty years ago Ronnie Knox was a controversial football star whose stepfather, Harvey, was treading new ground as his agent. But Ronnie didn't turn out the way everyone in the world of sports expected. He has resurfaced as a wandering poet. Thirty-odd years ago when Ronnie and Harvey Knox were trouping about the Los Angeles area as if they owned it, a busy lawyer named Jerry Giesler had the best-paying law practice in town.
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