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November 30, 1970 | Morton Sharnik
Jerry Levias, the Oilers' star wide receiver, has been overcoming one prejudice or another ever since he was a 116-pound defensive back
June 15, 1970 | Edited by Robert H. Boyle
•Jerry Levias, Houston Oiler flanker: "As the season progresses I get lighter, faster and more afraid."
October 20, 1969 | Robert H. Boyle
Even before the season began, it was apparent that the pros had an extraordinary array of rookies. To be sure, there have been other great rookie years (notably 1956, when Jim Brown, Paul Hornung, Jon Arnett and...
November 25, 1968 | Herman Weiskopf
The scufflers from SMU were supposed to be a drag on the Southwest Conference, but they were tied for the lead going in against Arkansas, and had more plays and formations than anybody
March 11, 1968
Doug Lord, manager of welterweight champion Curtis Cokes, took a trip to South Africa recently to make arrangements for a match between Cokes and Willie Ludick. His plane made a stop in Nigeria, and the Texan was...