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December 24, 1994
Upon observing the new length of basketball uniforms during the UCLA-Kentucky game, I was reminded of a statement made by Jack Lambert when the subject was a rule change to protect quarterbacks: "Why don't they just wear dresses?" KEVIN H. PARK North Hollywood
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June 16, 1998 | SCOTT MOE
What: "Jack Lambert, Tough as Steel," by Ron Rotunno Publisher: Steel Valley Books (150 pages) $9.95 The concept is a noble one. A biography of the Pittsburgh Steelers' Jack Lambert, one of the most feared football players of the '70s. Unfortunately, "Jack Lambert, Tough as Steel" does little more than repeat what we already know about middle linebacker Lambert, and spends far too much time on game-by-game recaps.
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June 16, 1998 | SCOTT MOE
What: "Jack Lambert, Tough as Steel," by Ron Rotunno Publisher: Steel Valley Books (150 pages) $9.95 The concept is a noble one. A biography of the Pittsburgh Steelers' Jack Lambert, one of the most feared football players of the '70s. Unfortunately, "Jack Lambert, Tough as Steel" does little more than repeat what we already know about middle linebacker Lambert, and spends far too much time on game-by-game recaps.
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January 22, 1996 | T.J. SIMERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This might as well be Walnut Grove. You know, "Little House on the Prairie," go past the feed store, take the main road out of town down to the big oak, and that'll be the Lambert Place. But beware, ol' Jack don't cotton to notebook-toting strangers much. Fact is, "Jack would rather wrestle a rattlesnake than talk to a reporter," neighbor Barry Seth said. * Jack Lambert. "The Man of Steel." The original Greg Lloyd.
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January 22, 1996 | T.J. SIMERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This might as well be Walnut Grove. You know, "Little House on the Prairie," go past the feed store, take the main road out of town down to the big oak, and that'll be the Lambert Place. But beware, ol' Jack don't cotton to notebook-toting strangers much. Fact is, "Jack would rather wrestle a rattlesnake than talk to a reporter," neighbor Barry Seth said. * Jack Lambert. "The Man of Steel." The original Greg Lloyd.
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August 10, 2004
Members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame selected in their first year of eligibility: Marcus Allen...2003 Lance Alworth...1978 Raymond Berry...1973 George Blanda...1981 Mel Blount...1989 Terry Bradshaw...1989 Jim Brown...1971 Willie Brown...1984 Dick Butkus...1979 Earl Campbell...1991 Eric Dickerson...1999 John Elway...2004 Dan Fouts...1993 Joe Greene...1987 Forrest Gregg...1977 Jack Ham...1988 John Hannah...1991 Franco Harris...1990 Ken Houston...1986 "Deacon" Jones...1980 Jim Kelly...
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August 4, 1990 | From Associated Press
Raider linebacker Ted Hendricks and five other former NFL stars, along with longtime Dallas Cowboy coach Tom Landry, will be inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame today in Canton, Ohio. Also being inducted are Kansas City defensive tackle Buck Buchanan, Pittsburgh running back Franco Harris and linebacker Jack Lambert, Miami quarterback Bob Griese, and San Francisco offensive tackle Bob St. Clair.
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April 3, 1988 | Associated Press
An oldtimers flag football game matching Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys alumni from Super Bowl X will be played July 30 in Three Rivers Stadium. The Steelers played the Oakland Raiders and the Raiders met the Denver Broncos in similar games last summer. The proceeds will benefit six Pittsburgh charities. Former Steelers linebacker Andy Russell said that organizers are considering auctioning off rights that would allow fans to play in the game for a down or two.
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December 24, 1994
Upon observing the new length of basketball uniforms during the UCLA-Kentucky game, I was reminded of a statement made by Jack Lambert when the subject was a rule change to protect quarterbacks: "Why don't they just wear dresses?" KEVIN H. PARK North Hollywood
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January 28, 1990 | BOB OATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tom Landry, who coached the Dallas Cowboys for 29 years before he was fired last spring, was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame Saturday along with six former NFL players. But Raider owner Al Davis was denied enshrinement in Canton, Ohio, again, as were several of the finest players in the history of football, among them Raider quarterback Ken Stabler, Ram defensive end Jack Youngblood, and Pittsburgh wide receiver Lynn Swann.
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December 24, 1987
Jerry Rice of the San Francisco 49ers, who has set two National Football League receiving records this season, was the only unanimous choice among the 82 players selected for the Pro Bowl Feb. 7 at Honolulu. Going into the final week of the season, Rice has caught touchdown passes in a record 12 straight regular-season games, one more than the mark of 11 straight games set by Elroy Hirsch of the Rams and Buddy Dial of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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