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September 22, 1969
The best (New York) is better, and the second best (Houston) is more better, but the Oilers still aren't in a class with the Jets, of whom the classiest are W. White Shoes and Mathews Snell.
September 22, 1969 | Garry Valk
For a long time SPORTS ILLUSTRATED has been making predictions on games, pennant races, tournaments, playoffs and such, a precarious and—fortunately—often successful exercise that has our writers and editors out on a...
September 15, 1969 | Patrick F. Putnam
Now in his second year as head coach, general manager and part owner of the Bengals, Paul Brown is still sending in plays, but his players often tell him which ones they prefer to run
August 25, 1969 | Edwin Shrake
August 25, 1969
ARCHERY—HARDY WARD of the U.S. hit the target dead center with his last arrow to edge fellow American John Williams in the 25th World Archery Championships in Valley Forge, Pa. Ward and Williams also led the U.S. men...