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Text:"... a worry after tho CHICAGO CUBS PRESIDENT DIES Continued Prom Page Ten WilliamLouisVeeck from the press box into the front of fice of the Chicago Cubs as presi dent and one of the outstanding ex..."
Date:Oct 5 1933
Publication:Burlington, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... a promptly got bored then sold the In the intervening Veeck I set the record for the most unsuccessful offers for a major league baseball Last WilliamLouisVeeck set the listed world record for ACQUIRING..."
Date:Dec 30 1975
Publication:Tokyo, Japan, Japan
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Text:"... a promptly got bored then sold the In the intervening Veeck I set the record for the most unsuccessful offers for a major league baseball WilliamLouisVeeck set the listed worldrecord for ACQUIRING major..."
Date:Dec 23 1975
Publication:Des Moines, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:".... Sharp reportorial wit, backed by a keen sense of constructive criti- cism, lifted William -LouisVeeck from the press box into the frdnt office of the Chicago Cubs as pres- ident, and one..."
Date:Oct 5 1933
Publication:Oakland, California, United States of America
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Text:"... Field, Chicago, home of the Cubs, liies at half-mast'in honor of the late WilliamLouisVeeck, Cul> president who has just died. The Cubs were in the midst of their city scries with the White Sox when..."
Date:Oct 13 1933
Publication:New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... in both stories arc played very very British in the most entertaining One of Disneys enchanting Person To Person Chicago White Soxs new WilliamLouisVeeck talks about his varied career and his current..."
Date:May 22 1959
Publication:Hutchinson, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... of WilliamLouisVeeck, a former Chicago baseball writer. It was Bill Veeck who brought lowing campaign with the outfit in second place, and named Rogers Hornsby in his stead. Hornsby lasted just two years..."
Date:Oct 18 1939
Publication:Biloxi, Mississippi, United States of America
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Text:".... backed by a keen sense of constructive criti- cism, lifted WilliamLouisVeeck from the press box into the front office of the Chicago Cubs as presi- dent and one of the outstanding ex- ecutives..."
Date:Oct 5 1933
Publication:Waterloo, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"..., promptly got bored again, then sold the club. In the intervening decade, Veeck recalls, "I set the record for the most unsuccessful offers for a major league baseball team." This week, WilliamLouisVeeck..."
Date:Dec 27 1975
Publication:Oshkosh, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"..., then sold the club In the intervening decade. Veeck recalls. "I set a record for the most unsuccessful offers for a major leaeue baseball team Last week. WilliamLouisVeeck set the listed world record..."
Date:Jan 4 1976
Publication:Port Arthur, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... reportorial wit backed by a keen sense of constructive criticism lifted WilliamLouisVeeck from the press box into the front office of the Chicago Cubs as president and one of the outstanding executives..."
Date:Oct 5 1933
Publication:Muscatine, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... of constructive lifted WilliamLouisVeeck from the press box into the front office of the Chicago Cubs as president and one of the outstanding executives of the Na tional As a he made the fans shake their heads..."
Date:Oct 5 1933
Publication:Corsicana, Texas, United States of America
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Text:".... Calif.-{IP)-WilliamLouisVeeck, 29, owner of the Milwaukee baseball club, has reported to the U. S. marine corps oron Miss Way is promoting bas- base for recruit training. ketSallhfre taNashvilte..."
Date:Dec 22 1943
Publication:Racine, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... this one, don't brood about it you'll catch virtually the same story line on Monday's "Peter "PERSON TO PERSON on channel 8) Chicago White Sox' new chief, WilliamLouisVeeck, Jr., talks about his varied..."
Date:May 22 1959
Publication:Oswego, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... baseball man at the head of his organization. He should follow in the foot- steps of his father in that respect. William Wrigley, Jr., placed his baseball affairs in the capaK hands of WilliamLouisVeeck..."
Date:Oct 17 1939
Publication:Burlington, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... o' his father in that respect. Wil- liam Wrigley, Jr., placed his base- ball affairs in the capable hands of WilliamLouisVeeck, a former Chi- cago baseball writer. It was Bill Veeck who brought..."
Date:Oct 16 1939
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... LouisVeeck set the listed world record for acquiring major league baseball teams when he re-bought the Chicago White Sox. He promptly dealt off the manager, most of the infield, and the leading pitcher..."
Date:Dec 27 1975
Publication:Oshkosh, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... Sox manager and one most beloved players in Chicago's baseball history, died last January 2. Sharp roportorial wit, backed by a keen sense of constructive criticism, lifted WilliamLouisVeeck from..."
Date:Oct 5 1933
Publication:Thomasville, Georgia, United States of America
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Text:"... offers for a major league baseball team. This week. WilliamLouisVeeck set the listed world record for ACQUIRING major league baseball teams when he rebought the Chicago White Sox. He promptly dealt off..."
Date:Dec 28 1975
Publication:Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States of America
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Text:"... league baseball team.” Last week. W'illiamLouisVeeck set the listed world record for ACQUIRING major league baseball team when he rebought the Chicago WTiite Sox. He propmtly dealt off the manager, most..."
Date:Dec 30 1975
Publication:Monroe, Louisiana, United States of America
 
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