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January 26, 1970 | William Johnson
Anxious to make their play to men, the sellers of cars, insurance, travel, cigarettes, razors, tires and long-lasting heads eagerly pay a premium price to spread sports-and their commercials-across the land
February 23, 1970 | Morton Sharnik
Poor, dumb Denny McLain, the star pitcher of the Detroit Tigers, was a partner in a bookmaking operation during the 1967 baseball season and became inextricably involved with mobsters. Now he is paying the...
March 16, 1970
DOWNFALL (CONT.)Sirs:The story behind Denny McLain can be no better told than by Bill Freehan (Never Touch a Superstar, March 2). Too often a team has failed to achieve excellence because of a superstar...
March 16, 1970 | Jack Olsen
Snowmobiles are great fun and they get you outdoors to winter's wonderlands. Snowmobiles also are ear-shattering, dangerous and damaging to the delicate balance of our ecology. There are good and there are bad...
April 13, 1970 | William Leggett
Baseball has never had more administrative headaches, but now attention can begin to focus on the action, on fiery Ted Williams, on stars like the Mets' Koosman and Seaver