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October 25, 1971 | Peter Carry
What if General Robert E. Lee, after all those terrible months in the trenches at Richmond, had gone off to surrender at Appomattox only to find that his troops would not quit fighting? Well, after four years under...
November 22, 1971 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Russ Thomas, Detroit Lions general manager, on why NFL teams are employing more than one quarterback: "The ideal situation would be to have a 24-year-old quarterback with a 35-year-old mind backed up by a...
April 17, 1972
BASKETBALL—ABA: Third-place New York raced to a surprising 3-2 lead over heavily favored Kentucky in their semifinal playoff series (page 28). In the other East semifinals, Virginia defeated the Floridians four...
April 24, 1972
BASEBALL—The players' strike ended (page 18) and before the shortened major league season was two days old, rookie Burt Hooton of the Chicago Cubs, who was pitching for the University of Texas a year ago, tossed the...
October 02, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
SIN BINCanada may be embarrassed by its stunning losses in hockey to the Soviet Union, but defeat in itself is merely shocking. What is shameful is the defection of four Team Canada players, who stamped their feet...