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July 18, 1977 | Robert W. Creamer
Roger Kahn's The Boys of Summer upstaged Roger Angell's The Summer Game when those two fine books appeared more or less simultaneously four years ago. Now Angell's Five Seasons, reviewed here in May, has stolen a...
September 06, 1976 | Edited by Gay Flood
OUT OF THE GHETTOSir:I thoroughly enjoyed your article on Albert King and Rodney Parker (Uneasy Rise of a Brooklyn Star, Aug. 23). It is a fabulous thing that Parker has done for basketball stars such as Jim...
August 09, 1976
A pilgrimage takes Roger Kahn deep into Baseball, U.S.A. In the first part of a series, he tells of his family's four-generation devotion to the game, then heads west to find nostalgic moments in the Ozarks, shining...
August 19, 1974
LABOR PAINSSir:NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle points out (Star-Struck Canton, Aug. 5) that "if NFL players are given total freedom to negotiate their services, the league would be dominated by a few rich teams and...
July 29, 1974
Getting a boot out of the game are the West Coast fans of the North American Soccer League, who are turning out in record—and sellout—numbers to cheer their expansion teams.