In the first of his series of columns on sportscasting, Wilfrid Sheed finds the tube boobier on the ear than on the eye
October 27, 1969 | Wilfrid Sheed
As every teak-bottomed tellywatcher knows, the picture gets better every year but the sound remains the same. Each major sport seems to have settled forever into its ritual-announcing tone. Golf, for instance, sounds...
September 22, 1969 | Alex Kroll
As the gun ended the 1969 Super Bowl, Larry Grantham, the New York Jets' linebacker, went into a spasm. Or was it a free-form dance? He quivered and leaped, sprinted and stopped dead, pirouetted, shook himself,...
June 03, 1963
•Joey Jay, Cincinnati pitcher, after winning his first game of the season and after nine straight losses over two seasons: "My wife says it was like waiting for a baby."
November 12, 1962 | Robert H. Boyle
November 27, 1961
PROVIDENCE AND THE GIANTS