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It's radical, dad, young John Zinsser might have said to his father, writer William, as the two explored the wonderland of Florida skateboard parks after a winter of discontent on makeshift venues—the culverts and...
August 08, 1977
OH, THAT OH! Sadaharu Oh, the slugging first baseman of Tokyo's Yomiuri Giants, has hit 742 home runs and is a sure bet to surpass Henry Aaron's record 755. Frank Deford visits Oh-san and tells why he is already more...
March 28, 1977
What better Omni present than the NCAA basketball title. One of four regional champions—North Carolina, Marquette, Nevada-Las Vegas, N.C.-Charlotte—will receive just that in Atlanta. Barry McDermott wraps up the season.
March 14, 1977
Round one of the NCAA basketball tournament pares the 32 teams to 16. Barry McDermott reports on the upsets that inevitably occur and predicts which of the survivors have the best chance to reach the semifinals.
March 07, 1977
Strutting their stuffs after a nine-year prohibition are college basketball players. Be it Funk Dunk, Punk Dunk, Rock the Baby, Yo Yo or Double Dunk, the shot is turning on the crowds. Barry McDermott reports.