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May 03, 1971 | Edited by Martin Kane
•Joe Frazier, a recent guest at the White House, when asked about his wife's desire for him to quit fighting: "All wives are like that; quit being a fighter, quit being President, or something like that."
October 02, 1967 | Herman Weiskopf
Injuries and illnesses have always been a part of baseball, but this year the number of casualties has not been as unusual as the types of misfortunes that have occurred. It was a season that began with Sandy Koufax,...
September 25, 1967 | Pete Waldmeir
The Tigers rallied from that terrible Sunday in Chicago with some late-inning heroics that enabled them to move into first place
August 07, 1967 | Mark Mulvoy
Around the National League, Gene Mauch, the volatile manager of the Philadelphia Phillies, has a reputation for baiting opposing players with a steady flow of unprintable verbiage that is designed to needle, anger...