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October 25, 1971 | Edwin Shrake
By nine o'clock on Saturday night the London Chop House in Detroit already had enough people in it to start another suburb, and dozens more were waiting at the red velvet rope and lined up along the stairs to the...
May 31, 1971 | Edited by Frank Deford
•Bobby Unser, the winner of the 1968 Indianapolis 500, discussing the financial benefits of victory: "It didn't make me the million dollars people said it would, but it sure made my ex-wife happy."
May 19, 1969
The bald eagle may be on the verge of extinction due to DDT, and the one depicted on the jacket of a new record is shedding a tear—not, presumably, over its fate, but over that of America. "America the Beautiful,"...
March 27, 1967
HOWARD THE GREATSirs:Howard Cosell is egotistical, self-righteous, tactless and often maudlin (Would You Let This Man Interview You? March 13). He is a genuinely disgusting person. Right? Wrong! Howard Cosell is,...
March 13, 1967 | Myron Cope