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October 11, 1982 | Edited by Gay Flood
THE STRIKESir:As I see it, the NFL players are completely justified in their strike (And Then the Clock Showed 00:00, Sept. 27). Compared to the salaries baseball, basketball and hockey players are getting, NFL...
February 20, 1978 | Edited by Gay Flood
FOUR-CORNERSSir:Thank you for your outstanding coverage of the trends and changes that occur in professional and collegiate sports. Last fall I picked up my SI and read an outstanding article on the use of the 3-4...
May 16, 1977
YANKEE DOODLINGSir:What's so wrong if Reggie Jackson needs to be loved even though he gets a very high salary? Remember, man does not live by bread alone. If Jackson plays as well as he can, the Yankees and Yankee...
April 25, 1977
Sir:For those of us who were around when Hack Wilson played, Mark Kram's article (, April 11) is one of the best written, most poignant and most convincing ever to appear in your magazine.EMIL STECK JR.Pasadena, Calif.
January 12, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Jim Murray, Los Angeles Times columnist, foreseeing disaster for baseball if the reserve clause disappears: "A society or industry built on slavery cannot survive emancipation. Just ask Jefferson Davis."