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Alfred (Lindy) Faragalli

Alfred (Lindy) Faragalli was a bowler who could perform under pressure. In 1957 Lindy bowled a perfect game before a live studio audience in Chicago and won the $10,000 jackpot. Success continued for Lindy who one year later won the ABC Title...

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Dave Ferraro

Dave Ferraro became a member of the Professional Bowlers Association in 1979 participating in regional events prior to competing on the national tour. In his fourth national PBA tournament held in Long Island, New York, he made the telecast...

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Buzz Fazio

Bowling champion Basil “Buzz” Fazio, a three-time ABC Champion, led the Stroh’s Beer team through nine winning seasons, formed the Falstaff Beer Team in St. Louis, and won two titles during the 1973-1974 PBA tour at the age of 65. Fazio was a...

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Vince Ferragamo

A sturdy NFL quarterback over 10 seasons, leading the Rams to the Super Bowl in his first extended action. Much of Vince Ferragamo’s football career is wrapped up in the 1979 season, when he led the Los Angeles Rams to the Super Bowl. After...

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Lou Ferrigno

A world-class bodybuilder and actor who overcame a hearing disability and became famous around the world for his role as “The Incredible Hulk.” “As a matter of fact, if I hadn’t lost some of my hearing, I wouldn’t be where I am now. It...

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Doug Ford

A skilled and accomplished golfer whose many victories include The Masters and the PGA Championship. Born Douglas Fortunato on August 6, 1922 in West Haven, Connecticut, Ford’s professional golfing career began in 1949. The following year, he...

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Chet Forte

Possibly the greatest basketball player in the history of Columbia University—as well as an Emmy-winning producer and director.. Chet Forte was born Fulvio Chester Forte on August 7, 1935 and made basketball history with Columbia before making...

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Joe Fortunato

An All-Pro linebacker who was one of the “Monsters of the Midway,” and helped the Chicago Bears to a National Football League title in 1963. Joseph Francis Fortunato was born March 28, 1930 in Mingo Junction, Ohio, and played his college football...

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John Franco

John Franco, a former left-handed relief pitcher in Major League Baseball, played for three National League teams from 1984 to 2005, primarily the New York Mets. Franco displayed his talent on the field at St. John’s University in Queens, where...

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