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Boy Varsity Tennis Loved by Horace Greeley

Rye Boy Varsity Tennis was loved by Horace Greeley on Friday – but not in a good way – falling at the home match 7-0. “This non league match was tough but the young Rye team played good games and competed well,” said Rye Boy Varsity Tennis Coach Sue Dickson. “They are learning how to raise their games to compete with the best.”
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Horace Greeley, Former Clymer Man, Ran For President

Horace Greeley is the only person with Chautauqua County roots ever to run for president of the United States. His family lived in Clymer, or more succinctly, Wayne Township, Pa., on a road south of Clymer that delineates New York from Pennsylvania — the state line road. Greeley’s parents, Zac and Mary Woodburn Greeley, were among Clymer’s earliest residents. They moved to the State Line Road in 1826 from Vermont, well before one could easily get from Buffalo.
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