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November 29, 1976
Red Cobras are what Latin American boxers ride in when they reach the top—and a lot of them are getting there. Of the 25 titles, 16 are held by Latins. Pat Putnam describes the hard road they have to drive.
June 28, 1976
In the far West U.S. track and field athletes turn the Trials into a rousing mini-Olympics of their own. Pat Putnam and Kenny Moore report on the nine days of action from Eugene, Ore.
May 31, 1976 | Edited by Gay Flood
DR. JSir:Pat Putnam and John Papanek did an excellent job in their articles on the ABA championship and the game's most exciting—and greatest—player: Julius Erving (The Doctor Opens Up His Medicine Bag, May 17). New...
October 20, 1975
First tipoff on pro basketball. A lot of big talent, starting with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, has moved around. Jerry Kirshenbaum portrays George McGinnis, the superstar who switched leagues, and Pat Putnam and Curry...
May 05, 1975
Semifinals wholly tough begin in the NBA. Pat Putnam reports as the top regular-season teams, Boston and Washington, meet in the East, and Barry McDermott covers Chicago vs. Golden State in the West.