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ON A HIGH BLUFFSirs:My compliments to Frank Deford on his "foresight" (Another Big Bluff by Big Wilt, Jan. 25). I've witnessed one of the 76ers' successes since Wilt's homecoming: the night the 76ers met the...
March 08, 1965
His famous bald head concealed beneath a fur hat instead of a helmet, Y.A. Tittle (below) took to the slopes near Tahoe City, Calif. for his first scrimmage on skis. Accompanied by sons Mike and Pat, the former Giant...
March 29, 1965 | Mark Kram
A middle-aged forward named Ullman scored most of Detroit's goals and a youngster named Crozier stopped the other team's, but it was the hoariest old men in hockey who really put the Red Wings over the top
February 28, 1966
•Gordie Howe, Red Wings hockey star, asked if he considered the Rangers' Reg Fleming a "hard-nosed player": "I don't know; I never felt his nose."
February 28, 1966 | Gary Ronberg
Long a mainstay and now the star of the driving Detroit Red Wings, conscientious Norm Ullman used to be so modest that nobody, not even Norm Ullman himself, realized how good a hockey player he actually is