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"I'm an Impressionist of sorts," says Cincinnati's rookie Quarterback Greg Cook, adding modestly, "though I'm not to be compared to Monet, Manet or Renoir." Primarily a water-colorist, Cook does most of his work...
July 07, 1969 | Skip Myslenski
July 07, 1969
BOATING—Making a comeback in the big hydros, BILL MUNCEY averaged 99.410 mph in Miss U.S. in the six-boat final heat to win the "World Championship" race on the Detroit River. In elimination heats Bill Sterett was...
June 30, 1969 | Skip Myslenski
It was a tough, uphill haul, but John Carlos and his light-footed Bandits stepped on the gas and—with a shot of octane from Marty Liquori—overtook Kansas to win the collegiate track and field championship
June 23, 1969
The new, raucous Cubs have lost their old gentility under the hand of Leo Durocher. Robert Boyle tells how even the bullpen gets into the act, leading cheers in the bleachers.