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HORSEMAN OF ANOTHER COLOR
Neal Shapiro is not only a mainstay of the U.S. Olympic Equestrian Team, he is a pilot, an organist and a harness driver—but, listen, don't bet on him.
BITTER MEDICINE EAGER TO HOLD ON TO THEIR VALUABLE SIDELINE PRACTICES, TEAM DOCTORS ALL TOO OFTEN STRIVE TO HELP THE CLUB, NOT HEAL THE PLAYER
DR. PAPPAS: It is not an injury most athletes would prefer to have. --Lawyer Donald Shapiro, questioning Dr. Arthur Pappas Barrett v. Pappas, U.S. District Court ...
Devon beat the virus and Kelley beat the band
Some of the top stables were home nursing their ailing horses but the large and fashionable Main Line crowds saw exciting competition
It was more than your money's worth
The most successful National in 25 years had too many horses
REMEMBERING DUK KOO KIM
REMEMBERING DUK KOO KIM. A young boxer achieved in death the fame he wanted in life. By Michael Shapiro · April 27, 1987 · View Cover.
A DECLINE IN TV RATINGS HAS MAJOR IMPLICATIONS FOR THE SPORTS WORLD
"The spiral is going to come to an end, and if the players don't realize it, they're going to find out the hard way," Pilson says. "We have a very real concern that ...
GOOD AND BAD IN GRIDIRON READING
Responded Tunney, "It's 19, Don." ... Grim, too, is Tough Stuff, by Sam Huff with Leonard Shapiro (St. Martin's Press, $18.95). Shapiro, sports ...
Say It Ain't So
Shapiro said. "I believe we can be all things to all fans." That is exactly the problem. As fans, we don't want ESPN to be all things, we want it to be one thing- -a ...
RIGHT ON TARGET FOR STRIKES AND RINGERS
If you haven't heard of Williams, don't be surprised. You won't find his name in your book of "Who's Who in Athletics." His sports are bowling ...