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    At 84 years old, Pat Conner of Lawrence was not going to allow health problems to keep her down. When she felt ill last fall, she saw a newspaper story about a new Granny Basketball League was forming and told herself she was going to play on that team. And she did.

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At 84 years old, Pat Conner of Lawrence was not going to allow health problems to keep her down. When she felt ill last fall, she saw a newspaper story about a new Granny Basketball League was forming and told herself she was going to play on that team. And she did. Monty Davis The Kansas City Star

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