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October 27, 1969
The Chicago Bears and the New Orleans Saints have perfect records—0 and 5. This doesn't mean they're the worst teams in the NFL (the 49ers are no world-beaters), but the fans are beginning to throw things.
October 27, 1969 | Tex Maule
In sunny, windswept Tulane Stadium last Sunday, 80,636 hyperexcited New Orleanians howled, stomped, booed and occasionally cheered through 2½ hours of what may be the country's best variety show. They saw a huge...
October 20, 1969 | Myron Cope
October 20, 1969 | Calvin Hill
I'm both excited and surprised to be playing regularly as a rookie for the Dallas Cowboys. Last year at Yale, I began to think I had a good chance to make it in pro football. I thought I'd be drafted on one of the...
September 29, 1969 | Mark Kram
Unlike termites, immortals have seldom been in residence at Wrigley Field. The last colossus was one Hack Wilson, an endomorphic (5'6", 190 pounds) outfielder who finished each game looking like a chimney sweep. He...