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December 25, 1967
•Jimmie (The Greek) Snyder, giving his line on the Rose Bowl: "O. J. Simpson is even money to score more points than the Indiana team."
July 10, 1967
Round as circus tents or shaped like amoebas, America's newest palaces of sport boast symmetrical baseball fields, mighty candlepower and cantilevered upper decks that remove the need for view-blocking pillars....
August 23, 1965
As is well known, there are no bullfights in New York, not even at Shea Stadium. There is, nevertheless, a Club Taurino. Its members include a River dale dentist, a Philadelphia salesman, a television commentator and...
July 12, 1965
The pennant race in the American League is a confusing tangle of surprising teams. Jack Mann reports on some of the new players and sizes up the situation at midseason.