Found January 24, 2012 on Fenway West:
As 1967 spring training approached, there was little Red Sox news. A headline read "No Peace Bid, says LBJ" (It did seem like the president would deny peace feelers before they were even made). In boxing, Cassius Clay, as he was still called in print, dealt challenger Ernie Terrell a crushing 15-round defeat, all the time taunting Terrell about refusing to call him Muhammed Ali. One interesting Sox article, written of course by Clif Keane, talked of Dick Williams' appearence at a booth in the Sportman and Boat Show at the War Memorial  Building, now the Hynes Auditorium. Sox managers in the past had probably made perfunctory appearences, signing a few autographs and leaving. But Williams definitely made his presence felt. Dick stayed for over an hour, and did a lot more than sign autographs. Asked if he would come out of the dugout to argue calls,(Sox skippers in the past had been accused of sleeping through such moments). he replied: "I expect to be fighting for ...
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