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June 16, 1969 | William Johnson
Joe Namath said he was quitting football rather than obey Commissioner Pete Rozelle's edict that he sell his interest in a bar where bookies and gamblers reportedly hung out. But the betting was that Joe would be back
June 16, 1969
NAMATH AND ROZELLE
June 23, 1969
COME BACK, JOESirs:Football Commissioner Pete Rozelle made one of his biggest mistakes in ordering Joe Namath to sell or be suspended (Mod Man Out, June 16). He said in an interview that he was certain that Namath...
June 23, 1969 | Nicholas Pileggi
Broadway Joe's bar has attracted all the heat, but the real action was in Namath's pad—a big crap game that drew businessmen, athletes and hoods from as far as Philadelphia and New England
June 30, 1969
BOO WHO?Sirs:Now that Joe Namath has cried for professional football, perhaps professional football will cry a little for Joe Namath (Mod Man Out, June 16). It is time that men like Pete Rozelle realized that sports...