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December 22, 1969 | Garry Valk
Looking back has its pleasures, and it was with considerable enjoyment, surprise and a sense of discovery that this decade-ending issue evolved, for it permitted—indeed, demanded—the kind of retrospection Americans...
May 21, 1973 | John A. Meyers
Some 500 miles apart in California last weekend, two of our writers were covering stories with a common theme. Curry Kirkpatrick was outside San Diego for the tennis spectacular (page 34) that pitted—for promotional...
April 29, 1974
Brawling on in their Stanley Cup alley fight with New York, the Philadelphia Flyers raise lumps here, hackles there, as Chicago and Boston wage another war. By Mark Mulvoy.
July 22, 1974
Without reservation, the Indians find winning wondrous. Gaylord Perry and a tribe of young hitters have put them in unaccustomed contention. Ron Fimrite reports.
October 06, 1975 | John A. Meyers
Although the women's movement has begun to have a substantial impact on sports, some of its partisans still are finding the going too slow to suit them. Part of the problem may be the paucity of heroines in the...