February 21, 1983 | Roy Blount Jr.
May 28, 1973 | William Barry Furlong
always had an instinct for a death rattle and its citizens have learned to make
the most of it; the people found floating down the Chicago River with a lily on
the chest and a hole in the head at least...
June 05, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
TV ARTWill basketball never stop its invasion of the arts? Not content with inspiring a massive novel and an award-winning play (SCORECARD, May 29), it is now daring the Olympian heights of TV drama. Or series. Or...
August 09, 1971
HERE COMES THE ROADRUNNERSirs:It won't be either a tortoise or a hare that captures the batting crown (Aesop Is the Official Scorer, July 26)—but a road-runner. Speedster Ralph Garr of the Atlanta Braves, the major...
July 20, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
•Bob Goalby, 1968 Masters' champion, on golfers as athletes: "We drink too much. We live too good. I don't consider myself an athlete because I'm not in good shape. Arnie Palmer's not in good shape. Bob Murphy sits...