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  • Rose Feller is thirty years old, a fast-rising attorney at a big Philadelphia firm and in love with the absolute wrong man.

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  • Maggie Feller is twenty-eight years old, has never held a job longer than three months, and dreams of stardom, the fulfillment of which has somehow sputtered despite the appearance of her left hip in a Will Smith video.

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  • If that happened, he instructed Feller to use the code words "I want to buy calendars."

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  • So then he called Feller and he said, ‘Bob, I understand Tebbetts is the only man in the league you’ve never struck out.’

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  • Each of the “perennial winter league enemies,” as the Times called Feller and Paige on November 2, pledged go at least seven innings in the Sunday afternoon matchup “in an effort to settle the question of who is the best twirler.”

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  • He recalls Feller telling him how he lived in a boarding house in

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  • Here he is (left), with Paul Freund (center) and "Feller" (left).

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  • "Feller," he said, "I hates to make a gun-play before the Schoolmarm, but if you jump into this here game again, I aims to try a chunk of lead on you."

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  • While it’s true that, today, the slider is generally described as Feller describes it, snapping the wrist was not then, and is not now, necessary when throwing a slider.

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  • Truman eventually let the pooch go to the home of his personal physician and 'Feller' lived out his life in Ohio.

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