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December 06, 1971 | M.R. Werner
In an age of rampant nostalgia, Allison Danzig's anthology of oldtime football writing, Oh, How They Played the Game (The Macmillan Co., $10), has something for everyone—for devotees of the modern game as well as old...
May 19, 1969 | Hugh D. Whall
Because Harvard suffered its first defeat in 35 college starts, ill-wishers pretended last week that the invincible Crimson crew was finished. At the Eastern sprints the Harvards showed how silly that was
March 17, 1969
BASKETBALL—NBA: BALTIMORE (51-21) lost three of four, and PHILADELPHIA (50-24) won three of five, so the 76ers moved to within two games of the first-place Bullets. Chet Walker scored a career high of 37 in one win,...
November 11, 1968 | Billy Reed
That's what the governor of Kentucky himself said when 'effulgent' Bo and the Prayin' Colonels of Centre College got back to the bluegrass after beating the proudest school in the North
September 09, 1968 | Dan Jenkins
No one has ever been able to figure out how old the sport of football is, except that it goes back at least 2,000 years, which means that the Chinese may have invented it, and therefore they also may have come up...