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October 09, 1972
BOXING—Unbeaten RON LYLE knocked out Buster Mathis in the second round of their heavyweight bout in Denver, prompting Mathis to announce he may retire (page 88).
December 11, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Josh Ashton, New England Patriot running back, on the ferocity of play in a game with the Colts: "One guy took my helmet and yanked it clear across my face. It wasn't accidental. It was Mike Curtis."
January 15, 1973
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: The Los Angeles Lakers did not lose three straight games during the entire 1971-72 season, but last week was a rocky one for the Pacific Division leader when it dropped its third in a row—a 99-92...
August 13, 1973
NITTY-GRITTYSirs:Melvin Maddocks' article on Carlton Fisk (The New England Grit of Mr. Fisk, July 30) was one of the finest I have read in your magazine. Fisk is the best catcher in the American League right now and...
September 17, 1973
"This season is a great opportunity for us," says Miami Coach Don Shula. "Now the things that we've accomplished can be even more meaningful. We'd like to win back-to-back Super Bowls, which no one has done since...