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November 15, 1971 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Tom Workman, former NBA-ABA basketball player: "They tell you to join the NBA and see all the big cities: New York with all the lights, San Francisco with its night life, San Diego's sunshine. They also say join the...
November 01, 1971 | Gwilym S. Brown
THE LINEMAN: Tom Reynolds, a San Diego State split end who sat out last season with a knee injury, caught 17 passes, three shy of the NCAA single-game record, for 290 yards and one touchdown as the Aztecs beat Utah...
October 26, 1970 | William F. Reed
THE BACK: Stanford's Jim Plunkett accounted for 275 yards in a 63-16 win over Washington State to break the national collegiate career total-offense record. He now has 6,630 yards, with at least five games left to play.
June 29, 1970 | Pat Putnam
Led by a coach who doesn't give a hang about hair, the University of California, which hadn't won an NCAA track championship since 1922 and didn't score a point last year, got off fast to win at Des Moines
November 10, 1969
•Jim Sweeney, Washington State football coach whose team has a 1-6 season record, after the regents tore up his one-year contract and wrote another for three years: "Did they think I might go somewhere else?"