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October 27, 1969
Sirs:Congratulations are in order for your issue of Oct. 13. The cover shot of Georgia's Bruce Kemp was sensational—we Bulldog followers have been waiting a long time for this sort of recognition—and Pat Putnam's...
May 05, 1969 | Garry Valk
As Jeannette Bruce wryly confesses in Slave to a Shah, beginning on page 86, a stalemate is about the best anyone can hope for when he (or she) enrolls his (or her) dog in obedience school. While the purportedly more...
October 09, 1978 | Edited by Gay Flood
ALISir:Pat Putnam's account of the Ali-Spinks fight (One More Time to the Top, Sept. 25) left me quite disappointed. I did not view the fight as a sloppy exhibition by an old ex-champion. What I witnessed on Sept. 15...
May 06, 1985 | Edited by Gay Flood
MARVELOUS MIDDLEWEIGHTSir:Pat Putnam's article Eight Minutes Of Fury (April 22) was nearly as marvelous as the long-awaited Marvelous Marvin Hagler-Thomas Hearns bout itself. Despite its inherent dangers and the...
December 22, 1969
MILITANT IN PHILADELPHIASirs:It was almost too much to read the so-called review of the Army-Navy game (It's the Biggest Draw in Philadelphia, Dec. 8), by your answer to W.C. Fields, Pat Putnam.