Chiefs' Hunt celebrated for humility, love of sports
DALLAS -- As much as Lamar Hunt enjoyed running pro sports teams and leagues, what he loved most was the excitement of a ball game.
And, sometimes, a good hot dog.
Yet, when hunger hit, this son of an oil tycoon born into wealth and privilege didn't summon anyone to fetch it for him. He'd walk over to a concession stand, get in the back of the line and wait his turn, just like any other fan.
"Someone would come up to him and say, 'You look just like Lamar Hunt.' They just couldn't ...
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