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July 16, 1979
The VIII Pan-American games conclude with sports in which the U.S., already the biggest winner, is traditionally strong and deep—track and field, boxing and basketball. Joe Marshall and John Papanek report from San Juan.
July 02, 1979
Yankee Doodle Steve Cauthen is indeed a dandy in England these days, sipping port, playing golf and gradually regaining his confidence following his 110-race losing streak earlier this year. Clive Gammon profiles a...
December 04, 1978 | Edited by Gay Flood
CHARLES WHITE & CO.Sir:I thoroughly enjoyed John Underwood's article on USC's long line of star tailbacks (It's Not Just a Run of Luck, Nov. 20). It was interesting, informative and almost flawless. Almost. Underwood...
November 06, 1978
CRUNCH! Unbeaten Penn State has given up an average of nine points a game while scoring 33. Maryland, also undefeated, averages eight and 27 points. John Underwood relates whose irresistible force conquers whose...
October 30, 1978
The door is wide open, says the WBC world heavyweight champ, and contenders may now step up to fight the baddest dude of them all. Pat Putnam chronicles the life and hard times of Larry Holmes as he prepares for the...