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EASTERN DOWNFALLSirs:Granted that Penn State was beaten by a highly inspired and extremely fine Colorado squad (For Easterners, Prospecting Doesn't Pay Off, Oct. 5). But for the past three years Penn State has a 5-1...
October 12, 1970
SOCIOLOGY AT SYRACUSESirs:We must commend Pat Putnam's objectiveness in his outline of the alleged racism on the Syracuse University football team (End of a Season at Syracuse, Sept. 28). However, the record speaks...
September 28, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
OWN PETARDIt had to happen. James Van Alen, the Newport millionaire whose tie-breaker scoring innovation brought a new dimension to the U.S. Open tennis championship at Forest Hills earlier this month, was playing...
July 20, 1970 | Peter Carry
Searching for tough kids who fill the requirements of the international style of play and will still be amateurs in 1972, the U.S. Olympic Committee comes up with a campful of sturdy studs
February 02, 1970 | Frank Deford
The MVP trophy that ABA Commissioner Dolph gave Spencer Haywood was two feet taller than the one NBA Commissioner Kennedy gave Willis Reed, but both leagues deserve awards for madness without method