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September 22, 1969
Kyle Rote Jr. is 5'11", 180 and does the 40 in 4.7. Although only a sophomore, he would probably have been the starting defensive halfback at Oklahoma State this fall—but Kyle Jr. isn't at Stillwater anymore. This...
September 29, 1969 | William F. Reed Jr.
October 27, 1969
The first Broadway Show League Golf Tournament took place earlier this month in Emerson, N.J., and the winner, with a 79, was CBS technician Jack Mahony. The stars shone only faintly. "I'm enthusiastically mediocre,"...
September 21, 1970
Broadway Joe won't have the division all to himself anymore. There's a new boy on the block, John Unitas, the idol of Main Street, U.S.A.—and his vengeful Colts. And Don Shula has his Dolphins jumping through hoops
November 16, 1970 | Robert F. Jones
Only a masochist would claim that being a pro football running back is fun. On the contrary, it is proving to be the toughest and most painful of all positions. The duties are numerous, the risks exceptional. Whether...