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  4. Hal Lanier - Wikipedia

    In his rookie season Lanier posted a career-high .274 batting average for the San Francisco Giants and was selected for the 1964 Topps All-Star Rookie team. Lanier ran into trouble with Willie Mays in 1965. Due to the unpredictable winds at Candlestick Park, Mays used to position the infielders on how to play the ball.

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    Niall Horan's Brother Says He's Sick Of 'Living In The Shadows Of A Person Who Doesn't Care About Me'

  6. Lanier High School (Jackson, Mississippi) - Wikipedia

    Lanier was founded in 1925 as a junior and senior high school. It was named after William Henry Lanier (1855–1929), who was superintendent of black schools in Jackson from 1912 until his death. Due to segregation, Lanier was reserved for black students until 1969, when Jackson schools were integrated by law. Feeder pattern

  7. The Ghost Of Willie Earle: A Civil Rights Horror Story

    MORE: The Haunting Of Lake Lanier And The Black City Buried Underneath Here is the story of the ghost of Willie Earle and the haunting of the Pickens County Museum. The Haunting Of Pickens County ...

  8. Juan Marichal - Wikipedia

    Juan Antonio Marichal Sánchez (born October 20, 1937), nicknamed "the Dominican Dandy", is a Dominican former right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball who played for three teams from 1960 to 1975, almost entirely the San Francisco Giants.

  9. Joe Namath - Wikipedia

    Joe Willie Namath" was Namath's moniker based on his full given name and was popularized by sportscaster Howard Cosell. On the field, Namath stood out from other AFL and NFL players in low-cut white shoes rather than traditional black high-tops.

  10. Red Barber - Wikipedia

    Walter Lanier "Red" Barber (February 17, 1908 – October 22, 1992) was an American sports announcer and author. Nicknamed "The Ol' Redhead", he was primarily identified with broadcasts of Major League Baseball, calling play-by-play across four decades with the Cincinnati Reds (1934–1938), Brooklyn Dodgers (1939–1953), and New York Yankees (1954–1966).

  11. Little Rock Nine - Wikipedia

    Lanier, Carlotta, A Mighty Long Way: My Journey to Justice at Little Rock Central High School, Random House, 2009; Historiography. Pierce, Michael. "Historians of the Central High Crisis and Little Rock's Working-Class Whites: A Review Essay," Arkansas Historical Quarterly (2011) 70#4 pp. 468–483 in JSTOR; Primary sources. Faubus, Orval Eugene.