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November 01, 1971 | J. Richard Munro
One of the functional clichés of our business is that of the tongue-tied jock—the athlete who staggers across the finish line or climbs from the prize ring to offer something that sounds like, "I owe it all to clean...
May 01, 1972
East is east and west is west, but eventually the twain will meet—in the Kentucky Derby, where the colts gather from around the land. Whitney Tower previews the big race.
September 04, 1972
SPARK OF GREATNESSSirs:Ron Fimrite did a beautiful job writing about the rejuvenated Yankees (Red Man to the Rescue, Aug. 21) and the newly found relic of Yankee Stadium. Ralph Houk is proving his superior baseball...
November 13, 1972
To the victor of the crucial game between LSU and Alabama goes a lock on a conference championship and a clear shot at the national title. Roy Blount Jr. observes.
December 18, 1972
Sirs:Thank you for the amusing and ironically respectful look at the Land of the Last—Philadelphia ( Dec. 4). Being a lifelong fan of Philadelphia sports, I can identify with much of the article.