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February 01, 1971 | Edited by Martin Kane
•Alex Karras at the Super Bowl, appalled when Baltimore failed to go for a field goal in the first half, contemplating the situation after Nowatzke's second-half touchdown: "I wonder if they'll try for the extra point."
December 14, 1970
The one they call the Demon of Rye plays inside right for the home-town soccer team. The Demon played so ferociously in a recent 5-1 victory that the losers got a bit suspicious. "How do we know she's a girl?" they...
October 12, 1970 | George Plimpton
Mr. T., children, is Alex Karras. He weighs 245 pounds. He runs like a mad duck. His friends are 39 Lions. Hear them roar
July 20, 1970 | Joe Kapp
Gentle, fun-loving Joe Kapp says that fights just seem to come looking for him—but he admits he never backs down. That, adds the Viking quarterback in the first of three parts, is what Chicanos call 'machismo'
April 13, 1970 | Edited by Martin Kane
•Alex Karras, Detroit Lions tackle who was once suspended for an entire season for betting, dourly on Denny McLain's half-season suspension for a book-making try: "I must have been a bad, bad boy in 1963. What's this...