February 10, 1975 | Edited by Andrew Crichton
•George Blanda, Oakland's superannuated placekicker, on the changes he has seen: "In 26 years in the pros I haven't noticed many. The players are faster, bigger, smarter and more disloyal to owners. That's about it."
January 29, 1973 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Ken Holtzman, Oakland Athletic pitcher, on what the designated-pinch-hitter rule means to him: "I'm facing the realization I may never come to bat again in the major leagues."
September 11, 1972
Pro Football begins with scouting reports, Tex Maule's season rundown and in-depth views of Oakland Tackle Boomer Brown and the Cowboys' coach, Tom Landry.
October 04, 1971
Baseball's playoffs begin with a classic confrontation, the smoke of Oakland's Vida Blue against the firing of Baltimore's Frank and Brooks and Boog and Merv—and duck.
July 19, 1971 | George Blanda
The AFL discovers ancient George, he discovers the
wild ways of Houston, and then comes Oakland where he finally quits at