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The scouting reports on the major league baseball teams that begin on page 52 of this issue are primarily the work of the six staff members pictured below. Early in the winter Associate Editor Les Woodcock reviewed...
February 17, 1975
The best young little man in wrestling, 126-pounder Jimmy Carr, was an Olympian at 16 and once stuffed a foe in a garbage can. Now he inspirits Kentucky, a newcomer to the sport. By Herman Weiskopf.
May 08, 1978
He whoops and he hollers and thus, all psyched up, Mark Roth goes out and bowls them over as the professional circuit's high roller. Herman Weiskopf tells of the life and tempestuous times of the man they call the...
March 13, 1972
NEW LEAGUESirs:Mark Mulvoy's article (See the Pucklings Wobble In, Feb. 28) showed that the World Hockey Association has a long way to go before it becomes established. So far it has been only a lot of talk about...
May 26, 1975
MOST POWERFUL MANSir:Ray Kennedy's piece on Mark McCormack (On His Mark, May 12) convinced me of one thing: there is someone in sports who may be worse than Charlie O. Finley. Like Finley, McCormack constantly brags...