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May 03, 1971
Erich Segal, Yale professor but mostly author of Love Story, has made it through another Boston Marathon—he has run in 15 of them—but this year his loneliness was enlivened by a girl who shouted as he passed...
September 21, 1970 | Tex Maule
United at last through merger, realignment, and player-management peace, pro football shifts into the I and the '70s. Showing the way is Hank Stram, whom they called a nut, but who never lost faith in his seminal...
September 21, 1970
This division is almost all chiefs but not all Chiefs. If you recall, Oakland actually won the West last year, and should San Diego get consistent passing, the Chargers could make a charge. The solitary Indian is Denver.
September 14, 1970
Pro Football kicks off its first season united but not standing pat. It's a changing game, thanks to Hank Stram and his 66 formations, which Tex Maule describes in addition to making his fearless picks. Then there...
September 07, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
VICTIMSThere were a couple of badly confused men in sport last week. Denny McLain, who last spring was suspended for all of three months for investing in a book-making business, got hit with an "up to one month"...