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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...
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.
April 07, 1975 | Jonathan Yardley
Pat Jordan has chosen as an epigraph for his third book a passage from Ernest Hemingway's posthumous memoir, A Moveable Feast. He has chosen wisely and well: "With so many trees in the city, you could see the spring...
August 07, 1972
THE MAKING OF A PITCHERSirs:This Met fan congratulates you for your excellent article on the abilities of our Tom Seaver (Tom Terrific and His Mystic Talent, July 24). The crisp, lucid style of writing, the fine...
April 03, 1972
Embattled baseball nears a new season with the players and owners no longer sure that a strike is what an ump calls. A special preview issue sums up the latest developments, and William Leggett and Ron Fimrite assess...