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February 28, 1972
Sirs:Thanks for Bill Wall's ideas and thoughts on methods of cleaning up collegiate basketball (, Feb. 14). The administration of any academic community that allows an athletic department to run unchecked is asking...
November 29, 1971 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
WRITING ON A WALLThe cheapness of the card stunts executed by Southern California's cheering section at the USC-UCLA game last Saturday was broadcast by nationwide television, although no one quite knows why....
July 19, 1971 | John Hanlon
They called it a "rattrap," a "muzzle" and a "birdcage." One sportswriter complained, "There is a great deal of beastly humbug in contrivances to protect men from things which do not happen. There is about as much...
January 04, 1971 | Clement Freud
The former got lots of the latter when Oxford and Cambridge met Egypt in a more or less titanic struggle, after which a sporting question arose: How many saw the belly dancer's scar? This English writer vows he...
August 10, 1970
Louis Zarr, 15, pitcher and third baseman in the Johnson County (Kans.) 3 and 2 League, hit four consecutive homers over the left-field fence to drive in six runs in a 9-1 victory—then came back in another game to...