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June 05, 1978
The reluctant warrior who was Ken Norton is now the rough and ready fighter, anxious to defend the WBC heavyweight championship against Larry Holmes. Pat Putnam profiles the man who didn't really grow up until he...
October 03, 1977
Ali calls him an acorn, but the slick-headed and heavy-hitting Earnie Shavers insists he is more of a mighty oak. Either way, each will try to chop the other down in their heavyweight title fight at Madison Square...
August 01, 1977
The birds of Baltimore were supposed to fly low, very low, this season but fiery Manager Earl Weaver now has the patchwork Orioles battling the rich Red Sox and the richer Yankees for first place. Larry Keith pays a...
April 25, 1977
Despite the Hoopla, undefeated Seattle Slew has not won a derby, but the colt he will meet in the Wood Memorial, Clev Er Tell, has already won two (Louisiana and Arkansas). Bill Leggett reports from Aqueduct.
March 28, 1977 | Jack Meyers
"I think it was flu this time," says Associate Editor Pat Putnam of the ailment that struck while he was covering the Foreman-Young fight in Puerto Rico last week (page 22). "What saved me was Foreman's doctor, Keith...