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August 05, 1974
No relief is in sight for Mike Marshall, the Dodgers' game-saver who is making appearances with record-setting frequency—and prefers it that way. Ron Fimrite reports.
August 12, 1974 | Brock Yates
Lake Erie can act up when it blows, as the offshore racers learned again in the second Midwestern showdown—and breakdown
November 04, 1974 | Robert H. Boyle
For 40 years a Buffalo jeweler dedicated himself to restoring Erie to the gem it once was. Now the waters are showing the first sparkle of life
January 12, 1976 | D. Alexandra Stathoplos
Horses are the subject of many courses at Lake Erie, a women's college in Ohio to which students may bring their own mounts. Any overweight they might also bring along is soon lost via the school's riding program
April 07, 1980 | Edited by Myra Gelband
•Bill Lee, Montreal Expo southpaw, expounding on the subject of the brain's hemispheres: "You have a left and a right. The left side controls the right half of your body, and the right side controls the left half....