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Topic - Jim Thorpe
The remains of a woman found by firefighters battling a northeastern Pennsylvania brush fire have been identified.
State police launched a homicide probe after firefighters found human remains while battling a northeastern Pennsylvania brush fire.
The year was 1967, and 23-year-old Syracuse University student Bob Wheeler had been hitchhiking across the country, conducting hundreds of interviews for his master's thesis, an oral history of legendary American Indian athlete and Olympian Jim Thorpe.
Jim Thorpe paid for not paying.
"I did what I had to do there, and, no, you don't want to be there," Thorpe said.
Thorpe said he slowly got back into golf after his release, only chipping and putting the first week, then after a week hit longs shots and "it started to feel like I hadn't missed a beat."