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September 12, 1966
If that world championship pro football game—the one Lamar Hunt calls the Super Bowl—ever does come off, the first team to represent the AFL could very well be Hunt's own, the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs have one...
January 09, 1967
January 23, 1967
•Willie Davis, Green Bay defensive end, on the $15,000 he earned in the Super Bowl: "It's kind of like putting sugar on top of ice cream."
February 06, 1967
CRYSTAL CLEARSirs:A couple of years ago, after pro-football experts Tex Maule and Edwin Shrake incorrectly tabbed the pro champions, I became contemptuous of their abilities. Let me say, however, that this year's...
February 20, 1967
•Bobby Bell, Kansas City Chiefs linebacker and Minnesota resident, asked his opinion on holding the Super Bowl at a neutral site: "I don't like it. Now I have to pay taxes in three states."