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December 02, 1968
GHOSTS OF SEASONS PASTSirs:I have just read Dan Jenkins' tongue-in-cheek account of O. J. Simpson's fantastic career to date (The Pros Face a Dazzling Dilemma, Nov. 18). The comparisons of O.J. with Davis, Harmon and...
November 20, 1967
TRUST ANYONE OVER 30Sirs:For many years now I have read and enjoyed your fine publication, but now I must protest. Pete Axthelm states that the Toronto defense consists of "three old men and a rookie" (Crashing into...
October 02, 1967
Johnny Bower, goaltender for the Toronto Maple Leafs, took his wife's convertible to training camp in Peterborough, N.H. Mrs. Bower wanted the white car painted black, and Bower was checking around on prices when he...
May 15, 1967 | Pete Axthelm
Montreal's Canadiens learned that lesson painfully as the good, gray Toronto Maple Leaf goalies, Terry Sawchuk (above) and Johnny Bower, led hockey's oldest warriors to an unexpected Stanley Cup triumph
April 29, 1963 | Rex MacLeod
Postseason play for the Stanley Cup can bring suspense and upsets, but this year all it proved was that the champions were really champion