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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."
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
September 25, 1967 | Mervin Hyman
THE BACK: SMU's Jerry Levias, who runs like a restless wind, had his finest day against Texas A&M. Levias returned four kicks for 102 yards, caught seven passes—the last one beating the Aggies—and gained a total of...
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...