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April 17, 1972
ON THE STRIKESirs:I have been an avid baseball follower for many years. I think it is a great game and would support it at any level. But with nothing to cheer about during the major league players' strike, I feel...
November 29, 1971
A Bonanza of gridiron action occurs over Thanksgiving weekend as Nebraska-Oklahoma and Alabama-Auburn battle for No. 1. Dan Jenkins and Pat Putnam observe the fun.
November 22, 1971
TALE OF ONE CITYSirs:My sincerest thanks for Richard W. Johnston's article about San Diego (A Playground Divided, Nov. 8). It was the first honest and fair description of this city's sports scene I have read. The San...
November 15, 1971
A battle of unbeatens pits Auburn, with its high-powered offense that has scored 271 points, against a tough Georgia defense that has yielded only 53. Pat Putnam is on hand.
June 28, 1971
Chinese torture tactics are being used by the National Football League against five Ohio State early-round draft choices, according to their agent. Mort Sharnik reports.