What's In a Name?

Boston Literary Magazine

 

     Koch, Fuchs, Johnson, and Katz were the starting four of five on their small elite college basketball team while Lichter was the fifth, as well as center and the captain.
 
I'm not going to dignify the remarks shouted at these guys when they played away games but suffice it to say they were all about sex and bodily functions and God forbid should Koch, take the ball down court, pass it to Fuchs and then to Johnson.
 
The away game radio announcers only made things worse with their repeated corrections until their lips were a daisy chain of the suggestive.

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