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October 19, 1970 | Jack Olsen
He is Joe Kapp, wandering quarterback, and last week he was in Kansas City, playing for the Boston Patriots, who are in deep trouble. Despite Kapp, the Pats lost, but wait until the new boy learns the system
October 12, 1970
BOATING—The water was hardly still after Intrepid's stormy America's Cup defense against Australia's Gretel II when the U.S. received its first challenge for the 1973 race from another Aussie syndicate, this one...
July 13, 1970
The toughest Chicano, Viking Quarterback Joe Kapp never ducks a fight. He tells how he became a man of machismo in the first of a three-part series with Jack Olsen.
January 12, 1970 | Tex Maule
Whether they went by air or on the ground. Joe Kapp's Vikings met little resistance from Cleveland, whom they beat 27-7, Now, in the Super Bow, Minnesota must deal with the tough Kansas City defense
January 05, 1970 | Tex Maule
Besieged at the half, Minnesota fought back to gun down the Rams and win in the West. Then Cleveland throttled Dallas to set up a showdown between two NFL tough guys