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November 15, 1989
Up goes the Berlin Wall. Down go the Bay of Pigs invaders. Around goes Yuri Gagarin. On top are the Blackhawks, Celtics, Packers and the potent Yankees, whom some compare favorably to the '27 Bombers. The Bearcats...
August 25, 1980 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Johnny Unitas, shrugging off news that Oakland Quarterback Dan Pastorini had demonstrated his throwing prowess by heaving a football from a hotel parking lot to a sixth-floor balcony: "His receivers were on the...
November 12, 1979 | Bob Cairns
Contrary to what used to be said in the cereal ads, it's my opinion that champions are born, not made. It seems to me that exceptional athletes are so filled with desire, so blessed with physical abilities that they...
September 29, 1975 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Conrad Dobler, St. Louis Cardinal guard, on charges that he had bitten a rival player: "I can say with a clear conscience that I have never knowingly bit another football player. For one thing, I believe in good...
September 10, 1973 | Tex Maule
And John Unitas' passing is still pretty darn slick, as he demonstrated in his first complete game in a San Diego uniform, connecting on 18 of 31 for 286 yards in the Chargers' 30-17 loss to the Rams