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September 13, 1965 | Tex Maule
Jerry Wolman, the Washington builder who bought the Eagles last year, has put pep as well as money into the game. He is a fire-breathing superfan (page 102). In Philadelphia's first exhibition he threw punches at...
September 12, 1966
Philadelphia is the home of Tradin' Joe Kuharich, a man with a low regard for independent thinkers. Tradin' Joe does all the thinking for the Eagles. This has caused him difficulty with the team's stars, who, as...
August 07, 1967
ARCHERY—The U.S. defeated Sweden 6,816 to 6,726 for the men's team title at the four-day World Archery Championships in Amersfoort, The Netherlands, as RAY ROGERS, a Cherokee Indian from Muskogee, Okla., won...
September 16, 1968 | Tex Maule