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September 16, 1974
In this corner George Foreman, and in the other, Muhammad Ali. Tex Maule sizes them up as they get ready to do battle in Zaïre's multimillion-dollar title fight.
November 18, 1974 | Jonathan Yardley
The literature of pro football continues to grow, albeit slowly. The game has produced little fiction of merit, but the list of good non-fiction gets longer and longer. The newest addition is one of the best: Roy...
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.
June 16, 1975
QUESTION: What Panamanian-born ballplayer throws right, bats left and has a .323 lifetime average? And why is Roy Blount Jr. writing about him? Answers: a) Rod Carew of the Twins; b) because it's will-he-hit-.400?...
September 15, 1975
The opening gun of the NFL season resounds and so does Dan Jenkins in our annual special issue with a semi-irreverent shot at what the violent world has come to. Mark Mulvoy finds things a bit topsy-turvy, too, but...