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2 ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH EVERYDAY MONDAY, MAY 13, "2002 Fame Five new inductees make 100 stars on sidewalk ; Continued from Dl ; , They were tales originated pri-; marily by Peters, with Mason ' laughingly saying, "I dont re-! inember that at all." It was Pet-;-ers' story about stamping on ; Mason's foot at a dance at Nerinx 1 Hall, or was it Webster College? ! He wasn't sure, but he said, "I ' was doing some crazy dance and almost broke this other girl's foot," this other girl being Mason. ""' The other new stars will be for van uieraon, an onensive raciue lvii uic um OL. J-Ajuia vxuuuicuo and a member of college and pro "football Halls of Fame; famed fighter Archie Moore, who knocked out more opponents than " anyone in the history of professional boxing, and the Rev. Paul "C. Reinert, S.J., former St. Louis "University president and chancellor, and the man who kept the school from moving out of the "city to the suburbs. ' :" Dierdorf plans to attend the induction ceremony, as does Peters, .'creator of "Mother Goose and ."Grimm," which appears in the ;"Post-Dispatch and in more than 800 newspapers worldwide. He'll ...come from Sarasota. Mason had .planned to be present, but televi- . 1 .1 a. 1 siuii aiiu uiecuei rules uuiic -along, making it impossible for ,. her to return to her hometown, y- "I'm thrilled about this honor, and I'm just heartsick that I can't - make it," she said. "But if you get a role to play, you've got to do it "So I'm going to ask Marita Woodruff, my drama teacher from Webster University (it was - Webster College back then), if she can accept this for me. She was my guiding light" Woodruff said she would do it She'll be joined by Mason's high school thespian teacher at Nerinx Hall, Sister Gabriel Mary Hoare, a Loretto nun. "Oh, yes, she was special," said Woodruff. "I'm Very honored to do it; I really love her." ,IT What follows is a brief sketch ? about each of the inductees. Marsha Mason: She's 60 now -and living another phase of life Ton a medicinal herb farm in "Abiquiu, N.M., about 60 miles - north of Santa Fe. Theater is -still part of her life, and in 2000 'she wrote "Journey: A Personal 'Odyssey." " Actress friend Shirley Mac-Laine urged Mason to write ."Journey," which deals in part :with Mason's life here, first on larence Avenue in St. Louis, .QnH lota in CvaotumntW Tr ic q life that she said had deeply 'troubled aspects, a path "as inevitable as it was debilitating." Mason's career has had stellar moments, including an Academy Award best-actress . nomination for the 1973 movie j "Cinderella Liberty." She also 'received Oscar nominations for movies written by her former Jiusband, playwright Neil Simon, "The Goodbye Girl," "Chapter Two" and "Only When I Laugh." When told about cartoonist Mike Peters' memories of being deeply enamored with her and especially her younger sister, Linda, she said, "Oh, that's so sweet." Daniel Lee Dierdorf: Was Dierdorf, who has lived here since" 1971 when he was with the old Big Red, surprised that he made it? "I thought I'd gone over the ;:Jegal limit. I'd thought I'd rnaxed out with halls of fame," 'he said, laughing, noting that "hot only is he in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in his hometown of Canton, Ohio, and the .-College Football Hall of Fame "in South Bend, Ind., but he's ...also in the University of Michigan hall of honor (he was an All-America tackle with the Wolverines) and the state halls of fame in Michigan and Missouri. Dierdorf is the second Na SINCE 1981 ' ALWAYS THE FINEST QUALITY VALUE SELECTION a l s OLID OAK SOLID 48" ROUND CURIO Mirror Light SALE '249 OAK 18-LEAF AHHvW CHAIRS SPECIAL Otter Styles A variable WATERPROOF FINISH GLIDE ROCKER SOLID OAK TABLES En4 Sofa Cock tag SOLID OAK 100 USA SALE 1 HOME THEATER 4 PC n us law SUPER VALUE OAK ENTERTAINMENT Aduistaueio itHttN SALE SUPERB FINISH COMPUTER n SOLID OAK , M SALE sau'2,699 lgSra"d THI ORIGINAL Decor one furniture FAMILY OWHTD STMCI 1981 SOAR a Rear Projection """" Qii 'Touch Lights VHSMoUeti llTM I VHS Holders fpirjfl -Casters ijLiJJM SALE m HMD OueenBed' Dresser Mrror tional Football League player to get a star on the sidewalk on Delmar Boulevard; the other is his old teammate, tight end Jackie Smith. . Dierdorf starred in the days when the Big Red were known as the Cardiac Cardinals, a team with one of the best offensive lines in NFL history. For five consecutive seasons, the Big Red allowed the fewest quarterback sacks in the National Football Conference. Channel 9 show will salute four "bronze stars" on walk KETC will air an hourlong documentary on the St Louis Walk of Fame at 8 tonight, in anticipation of next Sunday's induction ceremonies along the Delmar Loop in University City. Depending on funding, Channel 9 plans a series of Walk of Fame specials, focusing on St Louis- ' connected people. Tonight's program, co-produced by KETC's Jim Kirchherr and "Walk of Fame" When: 8 tonight Where: Channel 9 Anne-Marie Berg- er, looks beyond those known for one accomplishment and centers on four "bronze stars" whose lives "made a contribution beyond their greatest achievement," said Kirchherr. They are Dwight Davis, a tennis star and benefactor; Jackie Joyner-Kersee, hailed as the best female athlete of the 20th century; Nobel Prize-winning scientists Carl and Gerty Cori, and Victorian author Kate Chopin, who opened a Pandora's on matters of Tennis' prestigious Davis Cup was donated by Davis, a star of Dierdorf started a broadcasting career after 13 years with the Cardinals. He made six appearances in the Pro Bowl, and three times was voted the NFL's best blocker. He began handling the microphone first with KMOX radio, then had a 12-year stint as an analyst for ABC-TV's "Monday Night Football," which ended in 1998. Since then, he's been an analyst on CBS' No. 2 NFL broadcast team. "I made more money in one year on "Monday Night Football" than I made in my entire SALES RENTAL ipifci.fc. - msMS sore BODYGUARD imXfxx e -'""Ess J0sju 1 I OYr. Motor Warranty fA'-A 3 Yr. 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"I think some of that is their loss," he said of current the game at Harvard who later "helped develop the park system in St Louis during the Reform-Progressive eras, and also served as secretary of war under President (Calvin) Coolidge," Kirchherr noted. Joyner-Kersee, famous for her extraordinary feats in track and field, now supports a boys and girls club in her hometown of East St Louis that bears her name. The Coris, who won the Nobel Prize in 1947 for research on blood glucose, became mentors to students who also contributed to significant scientific advancements, six of them also winning Nobel Prizes. Chopin's 1899 novel "The Awakening" dealt with women's sexuality at a time when that didn't fly well. "Beyond the book is a character who resonates today," said Kirchherr. "It continues to be read, inspire and prompt debate." John M. McGuire players. Dierdorf lives in Town and Country; he will turn 53 on June 29. Archie Moore: Raised in St. Louis, the Hall of Fame boxer who was known as "The Old Mongoose" died in December 1998 in San Diego. He was 84. Born in Benoit, Miss., as Archibald Lee Wright, he began fighting as Archie Moore in 1936 and retired at age 49. His 27-year career was one of the longest in professional sports. Moore was the light-heavyweight champion for 11 years, PROGRAM SERVICE hi - w.i. Continued PHONE STAND THRU P KrC IA7A '99 SALE SOLID WTABLEirLEAF TZ i CASTER CHAIRS OAK ICE BOX END TABLE SALE SALE $g9 SfiQQ CHOKE FABRICS Www MISSION SOLID OAK PIE SAFE SOLID OAK STOOLS OAK 100 USA Coat Rack SALE Tm Panels Many Fabrics 24--W SALE Speoaa $245 M19 ENTERTAINMENT MISSION OAK NESTING TABLES OAK Holds 27" TV'S SALE $970 ak w 1 SALE 299 0AKsrWMJIE" OAK 54" COMPUTER ROLL TOP DESK Hemic DESK Tower SALE $719 Dcoetai Drawer Holds Tower 54' 1 28 SALE Other &res on Lsoay LT OAK or DK OAK 849 ' PWurs For ustration and he knocked out 141 opponents in 228 fights. Some of his opponents formed a Who's Who of boxing Rocky Marciano, Floyd Patterson, Ezzard Charles and a young Cassius Clay, who later became Muhammad Ali. In 1952, at 39, he won the light-heavyweight title at The Arena in St. Louis by defeating Joey Maxim. An old friend and longtime fight promoter, Myrl Taylor, who like Moore spent time in Missouri's Algoa Reformatory as a youngster, tells a funny story about posing with Moore and assistant chief detective Jim Reddick of the St. Louis police. According to Taylor, Moore said: "(Let's) Don't put our arms around each other because that will just tell people we don't know each other." Mike Peters: The mutt Grimm in the syndicated comic strip "Mother Goose and Grimm" is really Mike Peters, the Mike Peters who once lived in Dog-town and moved to Webster Groves when he was 10, after his mother, the late Charlotte Peters, launched her local television career as a talk-show host. "The place is almost like a shrine to me, the Dogtown where I grew up," said Peters, also a Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist for the Dayton Daily News, and recipient of almost every major honor in his profession. "Oh, sure, I come back to St. Louis (he lives in Sarasota) all the time, and spend a lot of time wandering around Gregg Avenue where we lived. People must think here's a dirty old man hanging around the neighborhood." Peters will be 59 on Oct. 9. The Rev. Paul Clare Reinert: The Walk of Fame event and St. Louis University's 184th graduation are a day apart, the commencement coming Saturday. The timing couldn't be more fitting, given Reinert's important role in the history of this university, the oldest college west of the Mississippi River. Reinert and his Roman collar could be seen all over the place, in the board room of the city's Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority, which he served on, and at monthly meetings of an ecumenical group of Protestants and Jews. Reinert, a native of Boulder, Colo., died last July at age 90. He was eulogized for having the philosophy the Jesuits called homines pro aliis men and women living for others. BRINGING PEOPLE TOGETHER, ONE NEWSPAPER AT A TIME To view the entire POSTpersonals column, see Thursday's Get Out Attractive, educated, motivated, very business-rninded, fit BF, 45, Christian values, likes sports, travel, movies, etc. Seeks same in Male, 45-52, weH-groomed, fit V77434 Attractive, Intelligent, sensual, petite DWPF, 55, 53', 110 lbs, ISO handsome. Intelligent, romantic, affectionate M for fun, LTH and TLC. 7737g Attractive, aitaWgent, spontaneous, 4&-year-okJ SWF enjoys dancNig, working out, eyeing, camping, floating, reading, rnovies, travel, owning out and quiet evenings at home. Seeking honest secure, ns SWM for friendship, possible LTR. 77428 Beautiful, blue eyed brunette. Full-figured DWF, 42, great con- "Looking for me?" Statuesque, long-togged, feshicrable SWF. Bnght, educated business owner old enough to be experienced, young enough to nave lots of tun. ISO iKjrithearted, integrous, fun Guy. Yes, yocri 77352 Add adventure and passion to your We. WWF, 49, 5T, HWP, long blonde hair, wants to meet "leans to tuxedo type, secure Single Man for ardent retabon-Shtp. 177396 Adventurous companion wanted by sweet, cute, Uondehazel, young 40-tsh OWF who likes animals, dining, travel, carnpmg, hiking and AMC movies. You are outgoing, humorous, sincere, with good communication skills. "77193 ate, love danemg. theater, five music, movies, dining. Seeking loyal Gentleman who appreciates afl that I have to offer. Race, age ur-mportant "77036 Cabin fever cure. Attractive SWF, youthful 50-ish, 5'7, rtrs, likes hiking, biking, golfing, dancing, traveling, laughing, theater. Looking for SDWM, 48-59, for adventurous times and TLCI "77247 Christian toofdng for CM, out-going, romantic, who Skes dancing and roving furr! For fhand-Stvp firsL "77406 DWF, 36, HWP, mother of one. Interests include dining out, movies, muse and tinwy tama ISO SDWM. HfWR nrs. 33-40. with sanaar interests, for LTR South county area. "77275 OWF, 41, HWP, outgomg. fam-y Ofianted, aes movies, dnnar, sports. ISO DWM, 41-48, for friencsNp; possibta LTR "77349 DWF, 44, (SO a Metima partner, ISO one reefy good Guy. lonty need that one. Love outdoors, danong. concerts. Funny and Am Btyth look-eMke, not mm but now. WjPf. ns, lives and works in West county, advanced degreed. ISO an educated, courteous, active older Gentleman, 63. with lots of common sense. "77451 Are you the one? Attractive DWPF. 45, ns, brownblue, 125 tM, childless, enroy baseball, travel, ex erase, goM, spending time with the right Guy. ISO SDWM, 35-50, 5 8", HWP, LTR West county. "77162 Attractive f. SB, rtf 6', HWP. btondemazet, BO tat. attractive, stable, ns BM, 29-45. Kids ok I enroy movies, music good conversation, intimate cfmars. Poaabie LTR No head games. Senous responses. "77408 Attractive SWF, agetess tn sprit mKMOs. ns, soctat dnrfcer. maybe mora, who laughs ees-y and Hun to have lun. Aoe tfwn-poftant SuKvan area, "77104 "77207 Attractive, blonde Lady, 36, Sr. HW4 blue eyas, very out-gong, tamay oriented, wan wda vanety of vaerests. Lootang tor V same. U "77093 dwf, 47, wan tods. BkMidBbtua, warm, carmg, loves the cwtdoors. fcshmg. campng and cootwg. ISO dowrvto-earti SM, 40-60, svni- playful DWCF. 49. 56. 120 fee. fun-lovmg. family onented, enjoys outdoor acftwtias. ISO good w4h leds. Dating, LTR W77191 attractive, rvwv positive, finenpeJk kr-qht. 45-55. tor wtio enjoys goff, i to meet SW 50-05, fVWT fVs, surnrtw fun. posasbia LTR "77391 1&1torwiDompdbuitnnmiiitjk wiglpdute 8 of -rwtovww- ingunwt (noruhi8 ah otivf snrjln fc tckttun then iiwwbeiiirwn cjipgowstvpeoiik wr oritwyjum Itw? pubitfwW i?rti trie nqtvi a wieel or eiti any -d end wMnapt ornfgct wy ipiKotdvocfywiiTiq-ndmawewg- giitima. Mt tfvn am offennvi or iutimtrt n poor ta? wJ MOT be ectepewl BftpomM y NOT monmoml by OV pub-Vw ml srjwnwg of rupuruu m sokfty aw iwpomtoiy of TM r.. CCi-S-M litis THAT WAS THE - - ' ; I THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bob Dylan, then 22, performs on Nov. 8, 1963 but it wasn't on "The Ed Sullivan Show." The location is unknown. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Entertainment highlights during the week of May 12-18: In 1955, a riot broke out at an Elvis Presley concert in Jacksonville, Fla. It was the first time trouble was reported at one of his concerts. In 1963, Bob Dylan refused to appear on "The Ed Sullivan Show" because CBS would not allow him to sing "Talking John Birch Society Blues." In 1971, Mick Jagger married Bianca Perez Morena de Marias in St. Tropez, France. They are now divorced. In 1980, Trevor Horn and Geoff Downes of The Buggies joined the rock band Yes. They replaced Jon Anderson and Rick Wakeman. In 1985, Bruce Springsteen and actress Julianne Phillips got married in Oregon on her birthday. They , divorced in 1988, and. Springsteen later married his backup singer, Pat-ti Scialfa. In 1988, Michael Jackson made the top of The New York Times best-seller list with his autobiography, "Moonwalker." In 1996, actress Melanie Griffith married actor Antonio Ban-deras in London. PQSlpersonals DWF, 53, great sense of humor, wefl-read, gainfully employed and balanced, seeking like-minded individual, age not an issue, for fun and comoanion-shtp. "77413 Fun, athletic Christian SWPF, 25, animal lover. Interests inciuoe jogging and being outdoors. Seeking a SWM. 25-32, for fun times and friendship, possible LTR. "77370 Gracious, qutek-wttted, attractive, fortysomething, intelligent DWPF, enjoy golf, reading, travel, movies, dogs and more. Seeking DWM who values mtegnty, comrnijntcation, compatibiiity, partnership and prjssiMrty of LTR Lets talk! "77118 Hey, Feaasl Ready to meet a down-to-earth, dark-haired beauty, 37, who enjoys shooting pool, Harieys, fast cars and big trucks? Not Cindy Crawford, not Rosanne Barr either. Ns, no games, rVdrugs. "77449 Hopeful ronwrrtic, OWF, 46, aeefching for one good friend andor true love. I truly bekeve you're out there. I wont give up until I find you or you find me. "77470 iMrlguing SW Lady, comfortably refined, requesting SWM. "regular" Guy, successful, spirited, interesting lifestyle, 50-ish. Should have passion for life, good hearth, happy times. Tota) package promised. "77419 Lovely; targe SWF, 46, 6'. 280 tie, lootang for SWM. 40-50. to share trie's pleasures with. Someone not afraid to be seen witti a bg Woman. "77404 SWF 32. 110 te, blonde, no cMdren, outgoing, styksh, love to laugh. Tm lootang for an educated, handsome, aasygomg Man. 30-40. who fhandy and l77338 homebodV. SWCF, 51, brewMrawn, ns, medun buld, enjoys outdoors, mowas, cootang, travet day tnps. tSO SWM, ns. to date. County erwoy He. Fnands irst "77399 8WCPF, 36, attracttva peata, long orowrvtvown, Cettraic art teacher, pursumg MFA. toves art, wwvioa, tuatar. muse out- Seeiong mamage-mmdad Me partner wan ana "77437 "77302 25i lEfUBMl WEEK THAT WAS In 1997, Sylvester Stallone married Jennifer Flavin in London. In 1998, the last episode of "Seinfeld" aired on NBC, and the last episode of "Murphy Brown" aired on CBS. In 2000, Prince announced he was dropping the unpronounceable symbol for his name and going back to being called Prince. HOW TO CONTACT US Comments, questions and suggestions about articles in features sections are welcome. E-mail or call: Susan Hegger Assistant managing editorfeatures 314-340-8348 Ellen Futterman Everyday editor 314-340-8141 Ray Mark Rinaldi Arts and entertainment editor 314-340-8124 Nancy Miller Lifestyle editor 314-340-8340 E-mail editors by using an individual's first initial and last name post-dispatch.com and Sunday's Everyday Section SWF, 29, ns, HWP, brownbrown, enjoys traveling, sports, nature, dining out, romance. ISO SM, 25-35, ns, with similar interests, for LTR. "77366 SWPF, 44, medium build, browngreen, ns, nd. North county, no children, enjoys gardening, rehabilitating pets, rock music, movies, ethnic dining, quiet times, outdoors. ISO tal, tunny Guy, 35-55. "77238 Somewhere, out there, beneath the dear blue sky. Seeking special someone. Very attractive, 44-year-old DWF, children. Ns, honest, affectionate, seeking DWM, 35-50. Share good times, friendship, possible LTR. Serious replies only. "77086 Very attractive Asian Female m NY, seeking honest, educated and rnarnage-fTMnded Caucasian professional Male, 30-43. healthy, drug free, who would put a relationship as a pri-' ority forever. "77221 WWWF, sexy, 80. Attractive redhead, HWP, looking for a one-Woman Man who likes music, picnics, museums, Fox, Sheldon, symphony and long walks. CaH me if this Is you. "77146 Club Imperial Lady wanted. 58-year-old Widower loves to dance, play golf, go to the lake. Share fun times, friendship, possible LTR. Works and lives in West county. "77248 DWPM, 51 (feel younger), 5'ir, 210 lbs, handsome, positive, with sense of humor and master's degree but sti interested in learning. I enjoy working out, travel, sports and outdoors. Westport area. "77177 DWPM, affectionate, 45, sweetheart of a Guy, honest, loving, sexy, loves kids and animals. ISO affectionate Woman, 30-55, HWP, 5 5 or less, who possesses inner beauty. WrR response to all caHs. "77232 DWPM, early 50s, fxxneowner, animal lover, ISO athletically reined Lady for terns, golf, Softball, convertible rides, summer fun. Me: 6', 200 Ms. You: HWP, age, race urwnportanL Looking for LTR. "77443 Got the spartd Need ignition SWM, 68. 6 T, 175 lbs. Dining, travel, fishing, warm weather. Need one SWF, HWP, monogamous LTR Let's create memories. It's never too late! AH replies answered. "77290 fm a 49-year-oW BM. I enjoy dining out, movies, dancing, music and sports. I am open-minded. Will respond to aH. "77373 Lonely country Man, 55, looking for good-natured Female companionship, someone open to venous interests. I'm serf-employed and I take care of my 92-year-oU mother. "77096 SBM, 39, r, thK fi' husky build, niggedty handsome, romantic, down-to-earth, laid-back, honest sensitive, fun, ikes movies, dining, darts, muse. ISO SF, 23-40. for fnend-shtp and romance. "77410 WM, 44, loves music drung out cuddkng. Looking tor fut-figured sweet, 35-45. 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