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Nov. 12, 1973
Nov. 12, 1973

Table of Contents
Nov. 12, 1973

Yesterday
The Works
Selmons
Belfast
  • It is four years since The Trouble in Northern Ireland flared anew, brutally devastating and debilitating the land. Against a background of increasing violence, major sports events became hazardous. International soccer matches, which once drew 45,000 people, now were scheduled abroad, or if a rival did agree to play in Belfast, as Canada did last month, only a few thousand spectators came to watch. The terror touched even minor sport. Bankmore Star, a modest soccer team, was one of hundreds that played on weekends in Belfast parks. But then an assassin struck, and players and the team died

The Bay
People
Horse Show
Retirement
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

CREDITS

30, 31—John D. Hanlon
32, 33—John Iacono
75—AP, UPI
76—James Drake
82—Lane Stewart
86—Melchior DiGiacomo
89—Manny Millan
115—William Hotz-Baltimore Sunpapers (1)

This is an article from the Nov. 12, 1973 issue