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September 23, 2011 12:00 AM

Man to bike to site of 1970 Wichita State plane crash

He doesn't dwell on it. But every year about now, he can't help but think about it more often. This time, Rick Stephens wants to do something positive about it. The 63-year-old Stephens plans to ride his bike 550 miles to honor the victims of the 1970 plane crash in Colorado that killed 31 Wichita State football players, coaches, administrators and boosters.

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