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Until We Meet Again (If We Do)
The Steelers beat the Bengals in overtime but feared that a strike might mean a dead end to their auspicious start
THE PRIVATE WORLD OF THE NEGRO BALLPLAYER
... are now in the major leagues, but they are integrated only on the field. Most of them are 'race men' who prefer to keep away from the whites. By Robert Boyle.
A stink of dead stripers
The Storm King fight rages over the Hudson and a conservationist raises questions about missing pictures and spawning grounds
A heartening prognosis for salmon
So might read a bulletin on the health of the Atlantic salmon in the rivers of eastern Canada. According to Gary Turner, a senior biologist in ...
The USFL's Trump Card
Builder Donald Trump, owner of the New Jersey Generals, has bid big bucks to make his league a winner
The Brain That Gave Us The Point Spread
Charles K. McNeil began his working life in 1926 as a math teacher in a prep school in Connecticut, but he later took up gambling as a full-time ...
An Absence of Wood Nymphs
Vladimir Nabokov, famed author of 'Lolita,' and a renowned lepidopterist, seeks his favorite butterfly in Arizona
By the Skin of Their Teeth
Just when the Redskins seemed beaten, they rallied for 17 fast points to shock the L.A. Raiders 37-35
The Perils Of Darryl
A rugged apprenticeship behind him, Darryl Strawberry could be swinging into an amazin' future
Center in a Storm
Despite the murder of seven of his co-religionists and the presence of a police escort, the masterful play of 7'2" Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has kept the injury-plagued Milwaukee Bucks on top of their division