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PLEASE RISE...Sir:Thanks to J. D. Reed's amusing article concerning our national anthem's place in sports (Gallantly Screaming, Jan. 3), I found out that I have an unpatriotic dog. Inspired while reading the story, I...
January 24, 1977 | Peter Gammons
Depending on the night, that could be up in the press box acting as an assistant coach or out on the ice inspiring the Black Hawks with his very presence. Either way Chicago is out of its tailspin and flying toward a...
February 14, 1977 | Peter Gammons
...hammer in the evening, or so L.A. owner Jack Kent Cooke thought when he acquired Dave (Hammer) Schultz. But Schultz wants to make like a real player
February 17, 1977
Canadien Defenseman Larry Robinson stuck it to Mel Bridgman and the rest of the Philadelphia Flyers as Montreal won the Stanley Cup with unexpected ease.
February 21, 1977
ARCHERY—RICHARD McKINNEY of Muncie, Ind. scored 2,501 points to defeat Japan's Takashi Kamei for the men's individual title at the world championships in Canberra, Australia. LUANN RYON of Riverside, Calif. won the...