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November 02, 1970
BASKETBALL—ABA: Whatever talent may have been lost when Rick Barry and Warren Armstrong were dealt away by the VIRGINIA Squires has not kept them from winning their first five games. The success is due largely to...
November 09, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
•Ed Flanagan, Detroit Lions center, on Dick Butkus: "It's the biggest treat of the year playing against him. At half-time I just take two aspirins and we go at it again."
November 16, 1970
MONDAY-NIGHT QUARTERBACKSSirs:After reading your article on the Monday-night hex (TV Wins on Points, Nov. 2), I think the players are acting like a bunch of crybabies when they complain about missing...
How I Went from Fleet Breakaway Threat to Hard-Running Blond to Solid-Socking Blond to Loose and Fun-Loving off the Field
November 16, 1970 | Alex Hawkins
Or, the confessions of a pro footballer who played six positions in 10 years and did none of them justice
November 23, 1970 | Alex Hawkins
The author, now the color man for Atlanta Falcon broadcasts, hacked around at six positions during his 10 years in the NFL, but his real contributions were off the field, like baby-sitting for truculent teammates