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February 08, 1988 | Michael Shapiro
It is the running I miss when I watch football on television in Japan. There is no shortage of pass plays. But when I remember the football I saw three years ago, before I left for Japan, I can recall men proceeding...
April 13, 1987 | Michael Shapiro
In Japan, there are two kinds of truth—the kind you mean and the kind you say. There are also two kinds of pitchers—Osamu Higashio of the Seibu Lions and all the others.
September 08, 1986 | Franz Lidz
Japan's top team had a fine old fling in a game with Southern Oregon State
February 11, 1985 | Michael Shapiro
Who goes by the nicknames Meat Bomb and Earthquake, weighs 491 pounds and has chauvinistic Japanese quaking in their geta? A 21-year-old Hawaiian named Salevaa Atisnoe, that's who. Never before has a foreigner...
April 23, 1973 | Dick Miles
Ever since 1952, when a wispy Japanese named Satoh won the world table tennis championship, Europeans have been singing the wait-till-next-time blues. Yet as next time led to next time the raw materials that Satoh...