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December 02, 1974 | Jonathan Yardley
Scads of books about sport have been published during 1974, and choosing among them for holiday gift-giving is no easy task. Here, in hopes of making things a bit less difficult, is a list of those of particular merit.
April 01, 1974
Sir:Robert W. Creamer's (March 18) evoked a boyhood memory. The time must have been between 1916, when "he was the best left-handed pitcher in baseball," and 1918, when "he began his transition from mound to outfield."
March 18, 1974 | John A. Meyers
"Ruth, easing along at three-quarter speed in batting practice, flicking the bat around, meeting the ball cleanly, cocking the bat back for the next pitch, is for me...the epitome of baseball, its ideal expression."
March 11, 1974
Make or break time has come for college basketball. A look at the NCAA tourney lineup plus reports on UCLA vs. USC and the ACC's annual donnybrook at Greensboro.
January 21, 1974 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Gerry Cheevers, who defected from the Boston Bruins to the Cleveland Crusaders of the World Hockey Association, on the difference between the two teams: "Well, it did seem a little strange to discover that the No. 4...