X-Message-Number: 19415
Subject: Feud follows Williams death
From: charles platt <>
Date: Sun, 7 Jul 2002 11:14 -0400

This is the most comprehensive account so far (Sunday AM). The Boston newspapers
were the first to break the story, and were considerably more accurate than The
New York Times, which copied large chunks of their coverage and added their own
inaccuracies (for instance, changed "cryonics" to "cryogenics" presumably 
because they couldn't find "cryonics" in their dictionary). Don't believe 
everything you read in the newspapers! 

The following story appeared in The Globe Online:
Headline: Feud follows Williams death
Date:     7/7/2002

"    The heirs of the late Red Sox legend Ted Williams yesterday
prepared for a legal fight over the final resting place of his body,
the latest and most macabre chapter in a family feud that rages even
amid the tributes and eulogies for one of America's most enduring
sports icons."

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