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February 27, 1978
PRO BASKETBALL—"I've never enjoyed a game more in my life," said Cleveland Forward Campy Russell, who returned after a week's bout with the flu to a chilly Coliseum but, nevertheless, warmed to the task. He pumped in...
December 15, 1975 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Paul Wiggin, coach of the injury-ridden Kansas City Chiefs, on his search for a healthy defensive back: "He doesn't have to be all-pro. It's now to the point of asking whether he can run backward and yell for help...
April 14, 1969 | Frank Deford
After a decade of glory, the Boston veterans were the poorest qualifiers in the Eastern Division playoffs, but they drew strength from a proud tradition and won the right to meet New York in the semifinal round
March 31, 1975 | John Papanek
Adding savvy to speed, Buffalo's Smith sparkles in the backcourt
February 24, 1975 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:Bridge a sport? Really? My reaction to your lead article (, Feb. 10) could perhaps aptly be summed up by the expression shown on the face of "foot soldier Zucchelli" on page 11. Although you occasionally rise to...