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November 04, 1963 | Walter Bingham
August 23, 1965
Arnold Palmer climaxed a long stretch of bad luck by taking two bizarre two-stroke penalties on home grounds at the PGA in Ligonier, Pa. One private suffering along in Arnie's Army was more dismayed than most. "By...
September 13, 1965 | Edwin Shrake
Manager-Coach Al Davis is of the opinion that the day of the one-quarterback pro football team is over. Davis is a man who is always looking for an angle, and the angle here may simply be that he does not have one...
November 15, 1965 | Edwin Shrake
Unloved Al Davis and his outcasts jolted Houston and climbed to second in the AFL's turbulent West
April 25, 1966
Ever since December when Houston Sportswriter Jack Gallagher compared the management of the Oilers to that of the slipshod Cuban government, Owner Bud Adams has nursed a grievance. "Hello, Skinhead," was Adams'...