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November 18, 1974
A hockey original, Goalie Ken Dryden of Montreal faces a stern weeklong test in his comeback. Passing that barrier could be the saving of his troubled team, says Mark Mulvoy.
July 22, 1974
Without reservation, the Indians find winning wondrous. Gaylord Perry and a tribe of young hitters have put them in unaccustomed contention. Ron Fimrite reports.
June 17, 1974
MONTREAL'S GAMESSir:The ideas (to some they may appear more like dreams) of Mayor Jean Drapeau (Montreal's Motto: Have Fun, June 3) truly are fit for the whole concept of an Olympics. Reading the article, I, too, was...
May 13, 1974
New champions are assured in both the NBA and the ABA this year. But who? Peter Carry and Pat Putnam report on the decisive Celtics-Bucks and Nets-Stars series.
April 22, 1974
Sir:Your line articles on baseball 1974 (April 8) were well thought out. However, your choice of Pete Rose to fill your cover and symbolize the game this year was not quite as good. Who had the best season in the...