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THE PRETENSE OF PRIVILEGE
At Dublin last week France's Jean Borotra, the Bounding Basque of tennis' bygone days of privilege and privacy, was revealed as the sponsor of an even ...
The Summer of His DISCONTENT
In this painful season, A's slugger Jose Canseco has found that fame hits back
a STAND-UP Guy
Why don't Norwegians eat spaghetti? If you don't know, defending Wimbledon champion Stefan Edberg will tell you
Teaching Tiger Cub Control
Privacy may be the name of your yacht, Tiger, but privacy itself will soon be a distant memory. By the time she can crawl, your child will insist on ...
REIGN MAN THE SEATTLE SUPERSONICS' SHAWN KEMP WANTS EVERYONE TO KNOW THAT HE'S MORE THAN JUST THE MONARCH OF MIDAIR, AND HE'S ROUNDED OUT HIS GAME TO PROVE IT
privacy, all of his trust. It gave back fame and wealth. He's not always sure he came out ahead. As he ascended those outdoor stairs on Seattle's Capitol Hill
SHOW DOGS' NAMES SHOULDN'T HAPPEN TO A DOG
Almost everynewspaper account of a best-in-show these days ends with a revelation that inthe privacy of the home the winner is known as Spot or Buster, ...
DRUGS VS. ATHLETES
The NFL and the athletes should not complain that their privacy will be invaded. Our military members have the same sensitivities as
SPRING TRAINING: FRESH STARTS AND OLD HOPES
... the March 5, 1962 issue. THERE IS PRIVACY IN A BATTING CAGE (ABOVE), BUT A DUGOUT IS A FISHBOWL FOR STARS LIKE SLUGGER ROGER MARIS.
COMPUTER GAMES—A BOOMING TOY—ARE GREAT FOR KIDS. ADULTS, BE WARY
At their worst, they are agents of Big Brotherâ€”alienating, dehumanizing, invading privacy, replacing craft and skill with mass-market ...