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Ernie Banks - Further Information

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Berkow, Ira. "'Cubs Family' Minus Banks." New York Times, June 14, 1983.

Boeck, Greg. "For Banks, Lack of Postseason Play 'a Hole in My Llife'." USA Today, October 16, 1990.

Bonk, Thomas. "Mr. Cub Not Feeling His Years at 61." Chicago Sun-Times, February 9, 1992.

Boswell, Thomas. "Banks, 5 Others Join Hall." Washington Post, August 9, 1977.

Dean, Richard. "Still Mr. Cub." Houston Chronicle June 22, 1997.

Horn, Barry. "At 66, Banks Recalls Texas Roots." St. Louis Post-Dispatch, October 5, 1997.

Potash, Mark. "Mr. Cub's Latest Slogan: Great To Be Alive at 65." Chicago Sun-Times, March 8, 1996.

Stone, Larry. "Cubs Legend Taps Memory Bank." Seattle Times, June 9, 2002.

Weir, Tom. "Friendly Confines Beckon 'Mr. Cub'." USA TODAY. July 9, 1990.

Zwecker, Bill. "Ernie Banks Takes a Look at His Past," Chicago Sun-Times. October 23, 1994.

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