Bill Becker (November 10, 1916, in Chicago, Illinois – January 27, 2010 in Santa Monica, California) was an American journalist noted for his coverage of nuclear weapons tests, political campaigns, scientific advances, and major sporting events. He covered over 25 Rose Bowls and five World Series.

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  • Bill Becker (November 10, 1916, in Chicago, Illinois – January 27, 2010 in Santa Monica, California) was an American journalist noted for his coverage of nuclear weapons tests, political campaigns, scientific advances, and major sporting events. He covered over 25 Rose Bowls and five World Series. (en)
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  • Bill Becker (November 10, 1916, in Chicago, Illinois – January 27, 2010 in Santa Monica, California) was an American journalist noted for his coverage of nuclear weapons tests, political campaigns, scientific advances, and major sporting events. He covered over 25 Rose Bowls and five World Series. (en)
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