For three years after the New York Giants moved to San Francisco in 1958, Les Keiter, '41, continued to announce their games from a Manhattan radio studio. Keiter, who died April 14 in Kailua, Hawaii, spent half a century doing play-by-play for college and pro sports, but was best remembered for his stint re-creating Giants games for die-hard fans in New York with the help of a Western Union telegraph ticker, taped crowd noise and a drum stick to simulate base hits. A typical 1959 broadcast attracted 300,000 listeners. "You use all this research and experience to create a broadcast that may not be correct in every detail but is certainly plausible," he wrote in his 1991 autobiography, Fifty Years Behind the Microphone. He was 89.