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In this undated photo provided by the United States Attorney�s Office for the Southern District of New York, Elvis Rafael Rodriguez, left, and Emir Yasser Yeje, pose with bundles of cash allegedly stolen using bogus magnetic swipe cards at cash machines throughout New York. Prosecutors in New York on Thursday, May 9, 2013 said that they are members of worldwide gang of criminals who stole $45 million in hours by hacking into a database of prepaid debit cards and draining cash machines around the globe. An indictment unsealed Thursday accused U.S. cell ringleader Alberto Yusi Lajud-Pena and seven other New York suspects of withdrawing $2.8 million in cash from hacked accounts in less than a day. (AP Photos/U.S. Attorney�s Office for the Southern District of New York)
In the fall of 1966, Kenmore High School senior quarterback Don Plusquellic turned his single season as a starter into an aerial showcase like no one had seen. He set school records. He dominated City Series games. He attracted college recruiters like bees to the golden pollen from which victory blossoms. The following is from Chapter One: “Football: A Plan for a Lifetime.”