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December 22, 1969 | William Johnson
Some view it as a godsend and others as a monster, but a decade of television has created more changes in sport—and the interests of its fans—than anything in the history of play. Part I of a series
January 05, 1970 | William Johnson
The marriage of pro football and television—enlivened by an occasional phone-booth tryst—changed the country's way of life
January 20, 1975 | William Leggett
Football, the sport that has allowed them those extra martinis to go along with their $7.50 Caesar salads at lunch, has taken an unwelcome turn for the people at CBS and ABC. On those two networks the game seems to...
July 12, 1976 | William Leggett
Television is finally starting to come to grips with the tennis racket. A game that seems virtually invented for the medium—confined space, small cast of characters, no need for mammoth film crews—tennis has...
February 21, 1977 | William Oscar Johnson