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March 08, 1976 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:Congratulations on the excellent coverage of the 1976 Winter Olympic Games, especially William Oscar Johnson's article (Feb. 23). The photographs were breathtaking, with one possible exception. Bobby Clarke may...
August 02, 1976
The Torch is extinguished at the Olympics' end, but not until more anthems play for victors in boxing, basketball, track and field, archery and yachting events. The staff wraps up the XXI Summer Games.
August 30, 1976 | Edited by Gay Flood
SYMBOLISMSir:Ron Fimrite's article on come-from-behind baseball races (Begging for a Miracle, Aug. 16) was informative and conjured up a lot of "ifs." I got the greatest kick from the two-page color photo of Frank...
October 18, 1976
Its good-by ABA, hello NBA as pro basketball gets set to begin its merger season. Curry Kirkpatrick considers the impact of teams like Denver and players like Julius Erving on the older league; Dave QeBusschere—the...
January 24, 1977
Looking golden are the San Francisco Dons, the giants who have given the gate to 19 straight opponents, making them the No. 1 college basketball team. Barry McDermott sizes up Bill Russell's alma mater.