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February 16, 1970 | Robert H. Boyle
What can the private citizen do to fight pollution? Well, he can complain, harass—ultimately sue—to get existing laws enforced by bureaucrats, and if he's lucky it will take only six years
February 23, 1970 | Morton Sharnik
Poor, dumb Denny McLain, the star pitcher of the Detroit Tigers, was a partner in a bookmaking operation during the 1967 baseball season and became inextricably involved with mobsters. Now he is paying the...
June 01, 1970 | Robert Cantwell
His true name was Norman Selby, and he yearned for the life of a farmer, but title fights, adulation, Broadway, posh saloons, private eyes, poets, princesses, nine marriages (three of them to the actress at...
August 10, 1970 | Malcolm Braly
For a man doing time on the yard, sports offer a touch of normality and tangible contact with his life outside. In short, the con who plays inside stays inside—at least until the end of his sentence
April 12, 1971 | William Johnson
Two of basketball's best undergraduates turn pro, others may, and football is in trouble, too, following a court decision