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January 12, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Jim Murray, Los Angeles Times columnist, foreseeing disaster for baseball if the reserve clause disappears: "A society or industry built on slavery cannot survive emancipation. Just ask Jefferson Davis."
March 25, 1968
Hungarian Premier János Káadár and the U.S.S.R.'s Leonid Brezhnev and Nikolai Podgorny tucked in (below) at a luncheon party which Káadár no doubt put on the Communist equivalent of the old expense account. He was...
June 21, 1965
YANKEE DIVISIONSirs:I like your magazine very much, except for the fact that your predictions are too premature. Take, for example, the Chicago White Sox. When the Sox eked out two of three games from the "third...
April 12, 1965 | Martin Kane
Whether he is reporting that the biggest eater he ever knew was no gargantuan athlete but that toothsome singer, Rosemary Clooney, or writing about what he calls the "off-Broadway sports" of pool, surfing and...
January 23, 1961
Pro basketball's Los Angeles Lakers are constantly in flight to meet their coast-to-coast schedule. Jim Murray describes the bizarre events of a recent Laker road trip.