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February 15, 1971
DOMINICAN REVELATIONSSirs:Oh, by gosh, by jingo, let's all go to Santo Domingo (A New Era for an Old Island, Feb. 1)! After viewing your excellent picture coverage and particularly your cover girl, Tannia Rubiano, I...
March 15, 1971 | John Underwood
Washington now has Senators named McLain, Flood, Williams and Short lobbying to bridge the yawning gap that almost drove the team away
April 19, 1971
AUTO RACING—BOBBY ISAAC's 1970 Dodge overlook David Pearson's Ford early in the race and hung on to win the Greenville (S.C.) 200. It was Isaac's first Grand National victory of the season.
April 19, 1971 | Charles Einstein
In Curt Flood's threnody, The Way It Is (Trident, $5.95), one uncovers unnerving evidence from time to time that the way Flood tells it is the way it isn't. The gifted Washington outfielder, late of the St. Louis...
May 10, 1971 | Edited by Frank Deford
•Bob Ferry, Baltimore Bullet assistant coach and scout, discussing Lew Alcindor: "We're not afraid of him. He puts his pants on the same as we do—except four feet higher."