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Nov. 26, 1956

THE PROS

EASTERN CONFERENCE Al Dorow, an extraordinarily adroit young man with the temperament of a river boat gambler, has taken a large hand in scrambling ...

Jan. 05, 1959

JOHNNY UNITAS

The most expensive football player in the world is a tall, skinny young man named Johnny Unitas, who wasn't worth the price of a steak dinner three years ago.

Jan. 16, 1961

Wait till next year

Cleveland and Detroit, meeting in the Runner-up Bowl, may have previewed a more important game

June 16, 1958

The pace that kills

Australia's Herb Elliott cut down his top rival by running too fast too soon

May 18, 1959

The Midwest has it

The heart or U.S. track has moved east, but the voice remains in California

Nov. 19, 1962

PERFECT AND BALANCED DEFENSE

When Detroit and Green Bay meet, the two best defenses in professional football will be opposed, but the Packer unit—a clever blend of daring and conservative ...

Nov. 25, 1963

DOWN GO THE PACKERS

Playing old-fashioned, bone-bruising football, the Chicago Bears decisively defeated the World Champion Green Bay Packers 26-7 to take over first place in the ...

Nov. 20, 1967

JUST TOO SOPHISTICATED TO WIN

The San Francisco 49ers began this season, as they have so many others, with high hopes. As usual, they have been unruffled by defeat, and Sunday's loss to ...

July 28, 1969

A JOG-IN FOR DEAR LIFE

Dr. Denton Cooley, who would rather save a heart than transplant one, blows the starter's whistle as famous fatty Judge Roy Hofheinz gets set to race Houston ...

Jan. 07, 1974

MINNESOTA GAVE OUT SOME MISDIRECTIONS

On the surface it looked as if Minnesota simply overpowered Dallas last Sunday in winning the National Football Conference title 27-10.

Feb. 28, 1972

Gored by a sagging bull

Weak from making weight, Mando Ramos still hooked hard enough to keep his lightweight title from Pedro Carrasco, a sometime matador

April 29, 1968

SWITCHEROO FROM YES TO NYET

The Russians were happy and the Africans were overjoyed when Avery Brundage and the board of the International Olympic Committee decided they would ...

March 14, 1966

A QUARRY WHO LIKES TO HUNT

Jerry Quarry, a young man with a lot to learn about fighting, passed an early test last week when he drew with wily Tony Alongi and showed ringsiders he might ...

Nov. 11, 1963

Bench jockeys who can also ride

Wise money figured Green Bay was out when Bart Starr got clobbered. The wise money figured wrong

May 08, 1972

'Oh, what a black day for England'

The West German national team, which has battled England in two of the game's pivotal contests of recent years, turns a rematch before 100,000 at London's Wembley Stadium into something of a Teutonic romp