The red hot giants, trying a comeback in cool San Francisco, are winning games and even some fans, but they have a problem: that second-place image. Ron Fimrite reports.
Admission to Harvard is a cinch for a teen-ager compared to landing a summer job in the national parks, as harried parents send sons off to become babes in the woods.
Danger angels are a wingless breed who do crazy things with cars; so far not crazy enough to retire the thrill king, Joie Chitwood, or any other Chitwood. By Frank Deford.