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October 31, 1977 | Walter Bingham
...the Bronx and Staten Island, too—not to overlook the boroughs of Queens and Brooklyn, through which he led a record field of 4,823 marathoners to the finish line in Central Park, winning the race for the second...
December 05, 1977 | Paul Zimmerman
June 19, 1978 | Paul Zimmerman
When he stopped in for a suit at the B&G, Bobby Halpern almost bought it
December 28, 1981 | E.M. Swift
It comes from the Spanish rodear, to surround: A rodeo was simply a cattle roundup, and, at the end of it, one cowboy might bet another that he could ride a rank stallion longer. Or tie a calf quicker. The first...
November 26, 1984 | Greg Kelly
If you close your eyes and listen real hard, you can almost hear Frank McGuire's old Underground Railroad rumbling out of New York, carrying players south. McGuire's line terminated at Chapel Hill, N.C. for nine...