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April 21, 1969 | Garry Valk
In reviewing two of his short novels last fall, TIME said of Wilfrid Sheed that "he is justly rated as one of the nation's most gifted writers." Anyone who reads his report on the strange rise of soccer-associated...
October 20, 1969 | Garry Valk
A weekend ago television probably reached its acme, if not its Zenith. The dial spinning began on Saturday when the Baltimore Orioles needed 12 innings to beat the Minnesota Twins in one of the year's best baseball...
In the first of his series of columns on sportscasting, Wilfrid Sheed finds the tube boobier on the ear than on the eye
October 27, 1969 | Wilfrid Sheed
As every teak-bottomed tellywatcher knows, the picture gets better every year but the sound remains the same. Each major sport seems to have settled forever into its ritual-announcing tone. Golf, for instance, sounds...
April 14, 1969
The masters used to be owned by Arnie and Jack, but in the past two years each has missed the cut once. Dan Jenkins is on hand to see if they do better—and if not, who does.
November 12, 1979 | Art Hill
Christmas came early to Minorca this year. I was sitting in the middle of the Mediterranean, brooding over the fact that, for the first time in 30 years, I was out of range and had missed the World Series, when along...