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December 09, 1968 | Ruth Lieder
Everyone laughed when Joe Namath modeled a $5,000 mink coat in Shea Stadium last August, but take a look at this gang in little old Green Bay, home of the coldest established permanent floating football game in the...
October 21, 1968
WILD IN THE STREETS
October 14, 1968 | Edwin Shrake
The record books will say that the New York Jets beat the San Diego Chargers at Shea Stadium last week, but they won't mention that the Jets got a lot of help from San Diego and even more from the referee
August 26, 1968
The first faint signs of the football and the silly seasons showed up simultaneously: there were airliners stacked in lazy holding patterns all over the East; trains on the Long Island Rail Road were mysteriously...
August 12, 1968
•Anna Losasso, Hofstra University art student who has been sketching Joe Namath at Jet practices: "Watching him is like watching Rudolph Valentino doing a tango. His body represents the curved line. In art they call...