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October 07, 1968 | Tex Maule
For the first time this year, Coach Jim Dooley saw his Bears get tough as the team stopped Joe Kapp and the surprising Vikings
October 14, 1968
BILLIARDS—IRVING CRANE defeated Steve Mizerak in the final match to win the International Pocket Billiards Championship in New York. With a 13-2 won-lost record. Crane received $4,000 for first place; Joe Balsis,...
September 22, 1969
Defense is still ahead of offense in the Black and Blue Division, and when they've sorted out the fallen bodies, the team with the least weak offense should be on top. Yes, Green Bay.
October 27, 1969
The purple people eaters of Minnesota have parlayed a ferocious pass rush and a revitalized Joe Kapp to lead the NFL's Central Division. Tex Maule provides the analysis.
November 03, 1969 | Tex Maule
The Vikings, with Joe Kapp on the beam and the four Norsemen lowering the boom on opposing quarterbacks, are not only leading the NFL's Central Division but may be building a dynasty. Color it purple.