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October 06, 1975
The deadliest games in baseball are the playoff openers. You sweep, split or die. Ron Fimrite is at Fenway for the A's-Red Sox, Ray Kennedy at Riverfront for the Reds-Bucs.
September 01, 1975
College Football kicks off another season with a bad case of short money. In our annual special issue, John Underwood looks into the financial squeeze; the Ivy League is serenaded in pictures and words (by George...
June 09, 1975 | Edited by Gay Flood
THE MIT WAYSir:John Underwood captured the true spirit of athletic competition in the MIT story (Beating Their Brains Out, May 26). I was especially pleased to see mention of John Barry, now assistant athletic...
May 26, 1975
The not so inscrutable Chinese ignored politics and gave visiting U.S. track athletes a warm hello. John Underwood, traveling with the team, describes the welcome in Canton and the friendly competition that followed.
March 24, 1975
A fearsome foursome will be all that remains in the NCAA basketball tournament when the regionals are completed. Barry McDermott reports on the uproar and upsets coast to coast, and analyzes the survivors.