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There were tax troubles before it began, and the Venezuelans held him for ransom when it was over, but in between George Foreman deposited Ken Norton on his back to keep his heavyweight title in the bank
With a super-perfecta performance, the Dolphins drub the Redskins 14-7 and take pro football's biggest purse.
Mix up the Mardi Gras, the Kentucky Derby, the Rose Bowl and the World Series and you have Canada's Grey Cup week.
The Raiders are again the class of the West, but the ever-dangerous Chiefs could make a good run for it.
From the exciting kaleidoscope of the 1958 indoor track and field season may emerge the United States' answer to Russia's burgeoning strength.
EASTERN CONFERENCE The Chicago cardinals, with something new added to the stodgy running tactics of the college split-T, drubbed the Philadelphia ...
EASTERN CONFERENCE Al Dorow, an extraordinarily adroit young man with the temperament of a river boat gambler, has taken a large hand in scrambling ...
With many of the NFL's star quarterbacks growing old the search is on for their replacements. Here are the youngsters most likely to succeed.
In the first half the Super Bowl lived up to its billing, but then the ruthless insistence of Green Bay wore down Kansas City and turned the game into a runaway