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October 16, 1961
•Walter Brown, owner of the world champion Boston Celtics and president of the last-place Boston Bruins, after sizing up his 1961-62 hockey prospects: "I only wish Bob Cousy could skate."
November 14, 1960 | Robert H. Boyle
They've really got the pressure on them. We have one loss, but they have two." The speaker was Fullback Jim Taylor of the Green Bay Packers and he referred to the Baltimore Colts. The Packers, leaders of the Western...
November 07, 1960 | Ray Cave
October 05, 1959 | Tex Maule
As pro football begins its biggest year, the Baltimore Colts depend on icy, daring Johnny Unitas to keep their title. Burgeoning attendance breeds a new league, but its future is rocky
September 28, 1959
•With pro football starting its biggest year, John Unitas is a marked man as quarterback of the world champion Baltimore Colts. In a special article illustrated by Robert Riger, Ray Berry tells how to catch Unitas'...