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Give this man an assist

Tosheff continues to wage pension battle for NBA pioneers

By Peter May
Globe Staff / July 20, 2005

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In a one-bedroom unit on the 14th floor of a decidedly nondescript building at the corner of Beech and 2nd Ave., the revolution continues. The revolutionary leader is, shall we say, not from Central Casting. Bill Tosheff is 79, wears what hair he still has in a small pony tail, likes tomato juice chasers with his Heinekens, ... (Full article: 1776 words)

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