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November 10, 1969
"I'm an Impressionist of sorts," says Cincinnati's rookie Quarterback Greg Cook, adding modestly, "though I'm not to be compared to Monet, Manet or Renoir." Primarily a water-colorist, Cook does most of his work...
August 18, 1969
Bill Bradley, handed a form to till out during his two weeks of active duty with his Air Force Reserve unit, gave it back with the space following "Present Occupation" left blank—thus qualifying, perhaps, for the...
May 12, 1969
February 24, 1969
Willie Shoemaker had won $40 million, including 79 $100,000 stakes, when he was thrown from his horse on Jan. 23, 1968. The fall broke his right leg, and it took 13 months of healing and therapy before he came back...
February 26, 1968
Warrior Nate Thurmond and Jockey Willie Shoemaker (below), 6'11" and 4'11" respectively, made an eye-catching couple at the Academy of Professional Sports awards presentations recently. Thurmond is recovering from a...