He made a name for himself by singing "The Impossible Dream" on Broadway and by fencing small appliances in the garment district.
Richard Kiley was never played in a game.
In 1938, he clinched the Grand Slam at Forest Hills, becoming the first ever to do it. Then last year, he crunched his Grand Am in a forest in the hills, and it became the last thing he would ever do. Advantage, tree.
(d) January 26th, 2000