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July 20, 2005


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Jim Parker #77 played next to Gene "Big Daddy" Lipscomb # 76;two Bros who was the proto type lineman that Carl Eller and Page copied.Big Daddy played at Miller High School Detroit Mich. for the legendary coach Will Robinson he did not attend college.Because of Baltimore's penchant for playing Bro's they were the team ;I can still see Parker and Lipscomb on the goal line in sudden death opening a hole for Allan "the Horse" Amechie that you can drive a Mack truck threw.Thanks and don't forget Unitas to Moore.


When I lived in Baltimore, and was on the West or N. West side, his "lounge" is where I got my "adult drinks".

He was cool.

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