All Mark Mulvoy Stories
The American League race is taking off right where it stopped last season—with a murderous difference. For every homer hit at least two men hit the dust as ...
PLAIN WORDS AT WESTCHESTER
Dave Hill didn't win the $250000 classic (Bruce Crampton did), but golf's constant critic, whose play has thrust him into the game's top rank, ...
Expansion's bright new heroes
The exhilarating success of the Philadelphia Flyers is due in large part to the remarkable play of a talented two-man goaltending partnership
WHATCHA DOIN', BROTHER BRUIN?
Appalled by the recent transformation of their favorite fanged beasts into pacifist Teddy bears, Boston hockey fans see ruin ahead. But the funny ...
Miss Avis against Miss Hertz
Kathy Whitworth (above) became No. 1 when Mickey Wright retired temporarily. Next year the two girls will battle for the driver's seat
OLD SARGE BECOMES A GENERAL
The rebirth of the St. Louis Blues began for real when Philly left Coach Al Arbour, who had been typed as a noncom without clout, in stitches.
Trouble in paradise—but not very much
Although Atlanta's expansion Flames are burning bright, Goalies Danny Bouchard and Phil Myre and their teammates are hearing boos as once-naive Southern fans begin to wise up trouble in paradise—but not very much
YOU CAN'T TOP A GOOD LOSER
For football bettors, like the pseudonymous Chad Clarke, the best teams are often those that have lost more games than they've won—but have consistently ...
Puckish end to a drab affair
B.U. wins the NCAA with stout defense and a crafty power play
How to lose your temper and win
Tom Weiskopf learns the one way to overcome his own angry outbursts
ICY LOVE-IN FOR VIC, JEAN AND ROD
Hoping for any kind of winner, New York was blowing kisses to the hot line of the Rangers in a tight hockey series.
X Marks the Man in the Middle
The Superior Court of Alameda County, Department 14, was in session this summer in a third-floor room of the county administration building in downtown ...
Here's to you, Mr. Robinson—the pros love you...
...more than you could know. For Dick Heath of Robinson, Ill. has made the PGA's smallest tournament a bonanza for the needy