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New York Yankees 1979 Topps Baseball Team Set (29 Card Set)* Jim Beattie, Paul Blair, Chris Chambliss, Ken Clay, Bucky Dent, Ed Figueroa, Rich Gossage, Ron Guidry, Ron Guidry Record Breaker, Don Gullett, Jim Hunter, Reggie Jackson, Cliff Johnson, Jay Johnstone, Paul Lindblad, Sparky Lyle, Andy Messersmith, Thurman Munson, Graig Nettles, Lou Piniella, Willie Randolph, Mickey Rivers, Jim Spencer, Fred Stanley, Gary Thomasson, Dick Tidrow and Roy White**

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The story promulgated states that before the marriage was completed, the young lady fell heir to a small fortune from a wealthy uncle, who was supposedly a of . Upon discovering the full extent of the sum bequeathed to her mother and herself, she promptly rejected Beattie for a suitor who apparently occupied a better social rank in life, corn merchant . Deeply wounded by the disappointment, Beattie from that time meditated self-destruction. The following quote in George Beattie's own words from his 'Statement of Facts' is extremely insightful with regard to the generally accepted version of events leading up to his alleged suicide:

Name: Ed Beattie
Born: 1936-02-04
Hometown: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Boxing Record:

Beattie competed as a lightweight in the 1956 Olympic Games as a member of the Canadian boxing team. His results were:


Ed Beattie boxer - FightsRec Boxing Records

Whether teaching history, moderating auctions or coaching the girls basketball team at Winnacunnet High School, Ed Beattie is constantly barking, trying to bring out something extra in his audience.