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The Silent Treatment
That's because my favorite football team is California School for the Deaf at Riverside, which is 9-1 and plays like a light-rail train. The Cubs are ...
Once More...With Feeling
The Denver Broncos, 0 for 3 in the Super Bowl, earned the chance to try again after beating the Cleveland Browns 37-21 for the AFC crown
Nothing But Nets
I've never asked for anything before, right? Well, sorry, I'm asking now. We need nets. Not hoop nets, soccer nets or lacrosse nets. Not New ...
Heaven Help Marge Schott
The Reds' owner, long ago reduced to a life of loneliness, has further isolated herself by her spiteful words and witless deeds.
What Is The Citadel?
Sir, it is a fortress of duty, a sentinel of responsibility, a bastion of antiquity, a towering bulwark of rigid discipline, instilling within us high ideals, honor, uprightness, loyalty, patriotism, obedience, initiative, leadership, professional knowledge and pride in achievement—from the school handbook
'Twas The Fight Before Christmas
The best Christmas story is about a boxing match—a 1923 bout between Bill Brennan and a dying Billy Miske, who hoped to stay on his feet long enough to bring home a $2,400 purse.
On A Wing And A Prayer
Now this message for America's most famous athletes: Someday you may be invited to fly in the backseat of one of your country's most powerful ...
No Fuss Necessary In Wayne's World
It was like trying to draw personal revelations out of a 1970 Plymouth Duster. The only thing Gretzky hates worse than going into the corners is ...
Day Of Glory For A Golden Oldie
At 46, Jack Nicklaus won his sixth and most dramatic Masters with a final-round 65 that had all of America cheering for him