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January 12, 1970
A war of hitters will decide the professional football championship in New Orleans. Can the Chiefs' savage defense contain the Vikings' bruising attack? Tex Maule will report.
December 01, 1969
BASKETBALL—ABA: Indiana, now the Eastern Division leader by a three-game margin over Kentucky, opened the week against Western co-leader Los Angeles. The Pacers' 6'9" forward. Bob Netolicky, scored a career-high 43...
January 27, 1969
4—Tony Triolo10-13—Marvin E. Newman14—Jerry Cooke28, 29—Herb Scharfman30—Vernon J. Biever (3), Herb Scharfman, Walter Iooss Jr., Lynn Pelham-Rapho Guillumette40—UPI, Jay Thomas-Courier Journal & Louisville Times48,...
November 27, 1967
BASKETBALL—ABA: Eastern Division leader INDIANA (13-4) split four games, with one of its wins—119-118 over Dallas—coming at the buzzer on a 92-foot basket by Jerry Harkness. MINNESOTA (10-4) cut the Pacers' lead to...
August 07, 1967
The saints of New Orleans march into pro football with more talent than any previous expansion club. Tex Maule reports on the NFL's newest and—so far—luckiest franchise.