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January 10, 1966
NONSPORTSMANSirs:I hope John Steinbeck never attempts to write an article on sports, for it would be impossible to improve upon the excellence of his letter on why he can't (Then My Arm Glassed Up, Dec. 20). Big John...
March 28, 1966
Taxes were burdensome, and for nine years income was nil, so, said Archie Moore, he was compelled to sell his sylvan training camp in the hill country east of San Diego. In palmier days even Cassius Clay had worked...
September 12, 1966
When Pete Gogolak left the Buffalo Bills in the neatest jump since Jack and the candlestick, Personnel Chief Harvey Johnson found himself sifting through close to 100 applications for Pete's place-kicking job. These...
September 19, 1966
BASEBALL—ROCHESTER, the Baltimore Orioles' top farm club, won the International League pennant on the final day, defeating last-place Syracuse 10-7, in the league's closest championship race in nine years. Four times...