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A song for the unsung is composed by Ron Fimrite, who examines Oakland's Joe Rudi and other men of the diamond blessed with superior skills but bereft of their due acclaim.
February 14, 1972 | Pat Putnam
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October 16, 1967 | Mervin Hyman
THE BACK: Flanker Rick Eber was the prime target as four Tulsa quarterbacks threw for 698 yards and eight touchdowns in a 58-0 rout of Idaho State. Eber caught 20 passes (an NCAA record) for 322 yards and three scores.
March 14, 1966
HOKY-POKYSirs:Congratulations to Frank Deford on his article, A Pair of Sparklers in Poky (Feb. 21). It's great when you can read about a team that's not always winning.JESS GORDONSchenectady
March 01, 1965
The most famous round house in the snow is the igloo. Warm and practical, it combines the maximum amount of space with the minimum amount of wall-building. On these pages are two round houses built for sport in snow...