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July 10, 1978
Money! Money! Money! Big salaries, big greed and just plain big bucks are overwhelming pro sports. In the first installment of a penetrating three-part series on the growing emphasis on money in sport, Ray Kennedy...
September 23, 1974
Waking the echoes for Notre Dame is Quarterback Tom Clements, whose heroics made the Irish the champions last year. Ray Kennedy looks at the team and its leader.
April 09, 1979
The odds couple of Keith Taft, a devout, straight-arrow Baptist, and Ken Uston, a high-living ex-stockbroker, blackjacked Las Vegas casinos for a small fortune with the help of a nifty little computer. Ray Kennedy...
December 08, 1975 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:Your article (Nov. 24) certainly rang true. Our college teams are so packed with running backs there is hardly room for anybody else. But there is one back you left out. He is Robin Earl, a 6'5", 250-pound...
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...