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Chicago has always had an instinct for a death rattle and its citizens have learned to make the most of it; the people found floating down the Chicago River with a lily on the chest and a hole in the head at least...
June 05, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
TV ARTWill basketball never stop its invasion of the arts? Not content with inspiring a massive novel and an award-winning play (SCORECARD, May 29), it is now daring the Olympian heights of TV drama. Or series. Or...
July 15, 1968
•José Cardenal, Cleveland Indians wiry (151 pounds) outfielder, on working with the team's 6-foot, 195-pound bat boy: "I look at him and I feel weak. It is bad psychologically when you have to reach up and get the...
June 03, 1968 | William Leggett
May 13, 1968 | Joe Jares
Or at least they should. The sportswriters employed to decide hits and errors are an embattled lot. The players claim they are never right