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December 05, 1955 | James Murray
In the fourth quarter when it became all too apparent the Irish jig was up and the score was mounting by the minute, the priest sitting in tunnel four turned to his sport-jacketed companion. "John," he asked sternly,...
October 14, 1963
Take a group of men, give them a goal—any goal—to aim for, and each will have a different idea of how to get there. And so it is with pro football running backs: each has his own technique for gaining yardage. There...
September 27, 1965
ZEROING INSirs:After reading Zero Plimpton's article on the pro football addict (The Celestial Hell of the Super fan, Sept. 13), I wonder if he isn't fudging a bit. All bona fide Superfans should be poring over final...
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July 07, 1975 | Edited by Bob Ottum
•Doc Medich, New York Yankees, on pitching to Henry Aaron: "It certainly was a great thrill. And someday he can tell his grandchildren that he hit against me."