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November 30, 1970
THE OLD SAVAGERYSirs:First it was your hilarious probe of the Heidi incident (Television and Spoil, Dec. 22 et seq.), then the true story of Booth Lusteg ("The Coach Wants to See Yon," Sept. 21). Now Alex Hawkins...
February 08, 1971 | Peter Carry
Milwaukee has the best record in the league and Alcindor is the sport's dominant player, but the Bucks still have to beat the Knicks, who always manage to be at their best in rehearsals for the playoffs
February 22, 1971
RED INKSirs:Pat Ryan should be congratulated for discussing a topic of great importance in her article A Grim Run to Fiscal Daylight (Feb. 1). But it seemed to me that the article failed to place college football and...
April 12, 1971 | Peter Carry
Milwaukee looks like a shoo-in for the final round of the NBA playoffs, but Baltimore's revival, physically and in competitive spirit, means that New York will have its hands full in their matchup
April 26, 1971 | Peter Carry
The battered Baltimore Bullets and the numbed New York Knicks assaulted each other through seven games. When it was all over, the last barrier to the title was the most-feared team in basketball