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March 26, 1979 | Edited by Gay Flood
MARIAN LEIFSEN'S SONSir:The article about the recruiting of high school basketball star Tom Leifsen (A House Divided, March 5) describes the pressures that success brings to bear upon young athletes. However, young...
March 26, 1973
Sirs:Philip Roth (, March 12) was being characteristically modest in your LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER concerning his baseball prowess as a youth. The fact stands that Roth was considered one of the brightest prospects...
March 12, 1973 | John A. Meyers
"Why baseball for your new book The Great American Novel?" Philip Roth was asked last week.
March 05, 1973
Fact and fiction flourish in spring training every year. For fact, we offer a rundown on the Chicago White Sox. For fiction, Novelist Philip Roth's star rookie, Gil Gamesh.
March 30, 1970
The art of pitching baseballs, it turns out, is a little something Sophia Loren picked up from American troops stationed in Naples during World War II—as she demonstrated when opening a sports festival near Rome...