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Hopping was born in 1921 in Vietnam, where his father had lumber interests. He developed his connection with the ocean while growing up on Pacific islands before coming to the United States for military school and then the Army. He served in World War II as a medical evacuation pilot in various Pacific theaters. He also served aboard a minesweeper during the Korean War.

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“I remember one of the first times he met the people here in Columbus, and he had his heroes after the game, he came home and goes, ‘Gosh, the moms were crying,’ ” Mecy Lampson said. “And I said, ‘Matt, you don’t understand. You give them such hope.’ ”

Lampson, though, can’t quite see himself that way. In fact, he uses deadpan sarcasm to deter people from finding his kind side.

“It took me a good two, three, four months where I was like, ‘Man, do I like this guy?’ ” said Ethan Finlay, a teammate at Columbus and United. “His humor’s a little bit different, but once you kind of break down, you peel back the onion, Matt’s a really good guy.”

First impressions of Lampson don’t usually match up with the selfless person he is. That is, unless he’s meeting a young cancer patient.

“I’m not truly a cynical person,” Lampson said. “I’m a big teddy bear.

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Most E. coli bacteria are harmless, but one strain, called E. coli O157:H7, can cause severe disease. It may cause severe stomach cramps, bloody diarrhea and vomiting. The bacteria can be spread by contaminated water, animal manure or in undercooked beef.

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The report comes the day after research was released showing around half of television food and drink adverts seen by children are for HFSS products or for fast food restaurants.

The advertising of junk food products has been banned during children’s programmes since 2007 but the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) on Thursday found that 70% of TV campaigns for HFSS products or restaurants and bars are screened prior to the 9pm watershed.

Evidence from Ofcom suggests that in 2016 children spent 64% of their viewing time watching television outside children’s programming.

On Wednesday, the Health and Social Care Select Committee said cartoon characters should be banned from promoting junk food to improve childhood obesity rates.

Such a ban would mean that characters such as Tony the Tiger and the Milky Bar Kid would have to be dropped or used to promote healthier products. And cartoon characters from the latest summer blockbuster would no longer appear on the packaging or adverts for fast food.

A Department of Health and Social Care spokeswoman said: “We’ve always said that our 2016 plan was the start of the conversation, not the final word on obesity.

“We are in the process of working up an updated plan, and will be in a position to say more shortly.”

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Smith missed wide-open teammate LeBron James during his late-game blunder .

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