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January 23, 1967
The amazing rangers of New York have vaulted from cellar to roof in hockey in a year. Pete Axthelm tells how, and the color camera focuses on Goalie Eddie Giacomin.
January 30, 1967 | George Plimpton
Zero contends with three of golf's sternest tests, as he plays the 16th at Cypress Point, the 18th at Pebble Beach and then, in San Francisco, faces Arnie's Army.
May 29, 1967
That well-known sporting masochist, George Plimpton, author of Paper Lion and Out of My League, had a bad day Sunday before last. He pitched for a Softball team which won. The cast of a New York revue, The Mad Show,...
July 03, 1967
Baseball players' families are always complaining that their guy is out of town at the crucial moment—when the baby is born, when the air conditioner breaks down, when the grass finally has to be mowed. Well, this...
September 25, 1967 | Garry Valk
Younger readers of Paul Gallico can be excused if they have a mental picture of him as a frail, shy little man, or even if they suspect that "Paul Gallico" may be a pseudonym for a frail, shy middle-aged lady. For...