February 17, 1975
The best young little man in wrestling, 126-pounder Jimmy Carr, was an Olympian at 16 and once stuffed a foe in a garbage can. Now he inspirits Kentucky, a newcomer to the sport. By Herman Weiskopf.
March 28, 1983 | Anthony Cotton
After injuries forced a change in style, New York began thinking playoffs
November 09, 1981 | Anthony Cotton
Oh as I was young and easy in the mercy of his means, Time held me green and dying.
April 07, 1980
SAD STORYSir:Robert H. Boyle's meticulously written story about the death of boxer Willie Classen (No Man Was His Keeper, March 24), coupled with Marshall Arisman's sepulchral drawings of that horrible evening, was a...
February 28, 1977 | Herman Weiskopf