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  • Ms. Lieb now produces a monthly column called Globetrotters for the paper.

    Second Acts

  • The Globetrotters were the biggest attraction in basketball.

    Pistol

  • The Globetrotters were the most popular sports act in the world; their series with the All-Americans was drawing record crowds across the country, and Indianapolis was no exception.

    Getting Open

  • ProRattaFactor's first iPad release, a survival space shooter called Globetrotters looks to be the first four-player party game for the iPad.

    Macworld

  • Back then, the Globetrotters were a serious team that only clowned around and entertained the audience after taking a safe lead late in the game.

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  • A bunch of the clothes said "Globetrotters" on the front, like some t. shirts and shorts, etc.

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  • By the late 1940’s, the Globetrotters were a big draw and a top-rate team, beating the white Minneapolis Lakers twice — in spite of any fishy foul-calls by the referees.

    And Today Is… - Freakonomics Blog - NYTimes.com

  • In the early 1950s, the SPHAS, then led by the talented point guard Red Klotz, defeated the all-black Harlem Globetrotters in two exhibition games.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Between 1953 and 1995, the Generals won six games against the Globetrotters and lost more than thirteen thousand.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • He was the original clown prince of the Harlem Globetrotters.

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