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September 04, 1972
AUTO RACING—BOBBY ALLISON, driving a Chevrolet won the $39,245 Nashville 420, finishing eight lengths ahead of Richard Petty's Plymouth.
October 16, 1972
At least things are moving in the right direction: the Central Division used to be known as the Land of the Invisible Teams. In its first two seasons, only Baltimore won more games than it lost. This season the...
November 27, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
March 19, 1973 | Peter Carry
Lenny Wilkens is a skinny little man with no jump shot and a hairstyle by Dagwood Bumstead. He plays guard with one hand—his left—better than all but a few other pros do with two. "Lenny plays his position the way it...
April 02, 1973
ROBERTO'S LEGACYSirs:A very touching story (Now Playing Right: Manny Sanguillen, March 19). Yes, a great story and a fine picture of the plaque on the door of Roberto Clemente's old room. Johnny Bench says the...