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April 20, 1981 | Philip G. Howlett
Western author and adventurer Giles Tippette, whose rueful musings on the donkey baseball games of his youth appear in this week's issue (NOSTALGIA, page 10), has a bigger-than-life reputation. After the Texan's last...
November 15, 1976
A team grows in Brooklyn, and while its budget wouldn't cover Woody Hayes' phone bill, the Kingsmen are 7-1 already. John Papanek reports from the student union, also known as the Jolly Bull Pub.
September 30, 1974
Baseball playoffs approach with the West leaders more powerful on paper than their Eastern counterparts. A report by the staff pinpoints the strengths and weaknesses.
October 22, 1973 | John A. Meyers
It was in March of 1971 that Giles Tippette, a reformed rodeo cowboy, found one more reason to go right on believing that Destiny is the guiding force in everyone's life. At the time Tippette had just put the...