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NO. 24—A NEW MAN FOR NEW YORK
For his professional debut with the New York Knickerbockers last Saturday, Bill Bradley stole into town on a bus from McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey, ...
The Rediscovery of New York City
The journal of a voyage of discovery should start with the first day and go straight through to the last. For several reasons—the unseemly wrath of God and my own incompetence being excuse enough—this wandering account of an 80-mile canoe trip over the old, worn waters of New York City begins before dawn on the third day
FOOTLOOSE SPORTSMAN IN NEW YORK
FOOTLOOSE SPORTSMAN IN NEW YORK. How do you get tickets to a big hit Broadway show? It isn't easy, but there are always ways and, surprisingly enough ...
Now the Race is On
Five wins in seven games with New York have put the Orioles in hot pursuit of another AL East title
The Reign of Spain
Except for one jittery hour, 23-year-old Severiano Ballesteros ruled the Masters with an iron hand, humbling our finest
2 NEW YORK KNICKS
the city of New York." After Riley's departure, commitment might not be a word that. Knick fans like to hear. After leading the once woeful Knicks to three Atlantic ...
Most of the facts fit to print are in 'The New York Times Sports Almanac'
Frank Litsky has been filing and piling, sorting, clipping and alphabetizing for 30 years, from the time he was 8. He now has 27 feet of bookcases filled floor to ...
3 NEW YORK METS
Enemy Lines A RIVAL SCOUT SIZES UP THE METS They keep moving the fences in for David Wright, and they'll keep doing it until he can ...
A GENUINE BASEBALL CAP TIPPED OFF A SOUTHERN LAD TO NEW YORK'S GIANTS
Back in the days before the Giants abandoned New York for San Francisco, it took true love to be one of their fans, even if you lived in New York.