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February 09, 1987 | Pat Jordan
I am a gambler's son. For as long as I can remember, the life of our house has been touched by my father's gambling. No aspect of that life, not even its daily minutiae, escaped that touch. I can remember one morning...
February 10, 1986 | Pat Jordan
My wife insisted that I buy a bicycle. She wanted me to have one just like hers—a used $50 beach cruiser that had been spray-painted electric blue by someone who must have spent the better part of a 90° day drinking...
June 04, 1979 | Jonathan Yardley
Pat Jordan's Chase the Game (Dodd, Mead, $8.95) is a splendid book that is a good deal more than at first it seems to be. It is the true story of three young men from tough neighborhoods in Bridgeport, Conn., who...
September 01, 1975 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:Mark Kram's (Aug. 18) was the most eye-opening article I have ever read. I'm a Yankee fan all the way and after a recent beanball incident in a game between the Yankees and the Orioles I was rooting for Catfish...
July 28, 1975
The pattern emerges for next year's Olympics as swimmers and divers compete in the world championships. Jerry Kirshenbaum is in Cali, Colombia to see who is ready to challenge the U.S. men or East German women.