KC Sportswriters' Memories

August 13, 2014 11:59 AM

Falling in love with the sportswriting business

Fritz Kreisler, 82, who started his career at The Star on Oct. 22, 1957, and worked at the newspaper in various capacities until this June, describes how he became a newspaper reporter.

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