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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
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 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...
April 03, 1978 | William Leggett
There are three things that seem worth reporting about the winter and spring sports television seasons. The first is that while Superstars may still be drawing decent ratings, the show is not being talked about very...
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...