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The Writing is on the Wall
The rash of phony transcripts and academic cheating spells out the fact that athletics are now an abomination to the ideals of higher education. Victims: the student-athletes. Culprits: the system and those who run it
THE WAY TO SAN JOSE
THE WAY TO SAN JOSE. It was a tough, uphill haul, but John Carlos and his light -footed Bandits stepped on the gas and—with a shot of octane from Marty ...
SAN JOSE'S SWEET P
There is fame, there is over-night fame, and then there is what Mike Perez of San Jose State has. Perez began last year not having played a ...
THEY KNEW A WAY TO SAN JOSE
Established NASL owners wanted to put the new team in Oakland or San Francisco, but Milan Mandaric thought it better to be the only frog in a ...
Beware! Bryan Marchment, the San Jose Sharks' fierce defenseman, doesn't care that he's regarded as the league's dirtiest player. His motto is as simple as his method: If you keep your head down, you'll pay
San Jose Sharks defenseman Bryan Marchment, who has beensuspended more times than disbelief, laments that he was born 20years too ...
9 San Jose Sharks
San Jose closed the regular season solidly (25-20-8 inits final 53 regular-season games), secured a playoff spot andplayed the vaunted Stars ...
The boys from Speed City burn up the town
After winning a grudge race against Jimmy Hines at 200 meters, Tommie Smith led the Santa Clara Youth Village to victory over USC's famed 440-yard relay team to be named top athlete at Coliseum-Compton meet
Trials and Jubilation
Out of nine days, in which by harsh necessity exultation combined with despair, came the U.S. Olympic track team
Mighty win for a minor with major ambitions
San Diego State has 17,000 students but a little-league rating. Saturday it rose up to smack down San Jose State, conqueror of California and Oregon, and underline its legitimate claim to big-time consideration