You Only Get So Many Miracles

Robeson, Robert B.
March 2010
Good Old Days;Mar2010, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p44
The article shares the author's views pertaining to the values they have learned as a high school basketball team in 1960 in Oregon. He states that the values they have learned was friends and teammates regardless of color, religion or social class are significant to one's life. He infers the importance of dedication, discipline and teamwork to become successful.


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