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BOYCOTT (Cont.)Sirs:I find it quite ironic that the most militant Negroes have chosen athletics as their "field of agitation" (A Step to an Olympic Boycott, Dec. 4). In sports, and specifically in the Olympics,...
November 27, 1967 | Bil Gilbert
November 27, 1967 | Garry Valk
One of the more ancient chestnuts concerning the mixture of women and sports is the story about the pretty young thing who turns to her escort in the first inning of the second game of a doubleheader and asks,...
November 20, 1967
Surprise rookie Jim Hart of the St. Louis Cardinals has ripened years ahead of time. Mark Mulvoy tells about the quarterback who does things with a difference—and wins.
April 24, 1967 | Garry Valk
Gerard W. O'Connor's lighthearted satire on camp in sport, which appears on page 42, came to us, as the phrase goes in the trade, "over the transom." It was unsolicited, unheralded by an agent and its author was...