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August 08, 1977
TODDLIN'Sir:Being a Chicago baseball fan (Chi, Oh My! July 25) is not a pastime. It is a vocation, a way of life. At a very young age, a Cub or Sox fan learns that pennants are something other teams win. And while...
May 16, 1977
What might have been in Montreal could well be an actuality in Jamaica, as a glittering field of athletes—including 800-meter rivals Alberto Juantorena and Mike Boit—gathers for the season's first big international...
May 09, 1977 | John A. Meyers
Since the Stanley Cup playoffs began in early April, Staff Writer Peter Gammons has averaged a game a night. After one game last month he staked out a comfortable corner of the Cincinnati airport, awaiting a phone...
May 02, 1977
The long road up from Olympic ruin has taken Duane Bobick to 38 boxing victories. Though his opponents were mostly no-names, now he gets a shot at Ken Norton and the big time. By Douglas Looney
February 14, 1977
Sparks fly on the superspeedways when a driver "lays a little metal" on a rival. And sometimes fists fly in the pits as a result. NASCAR's winningest drivers—Richard Petty, David Pearson and Bobby Allison—tell Bill...