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A sporting goods firm finds splendid reading in long-out-of-print volumes
In addition to selling some of the world's finest and most expensive sporting goods, the old firm of Abercrombie & Fitch has suddenly gone into the publishing ...
TRUTH Or CONSEQUENCES
AFTER MONTHS OF RELENTLESS SCANDAL, TIGER WOODS RETURNS TO THE MASTERS TO TEST HIS GAME AND TRY TO ANSWER ...
Seems Like Old Times
Twenty-two years after their last NBA title the Celtics earned their 17th, as G.M. Danny Ainge reconnected the franchise (and this author) to a storied past of retired numbers, Hall of Famers and one-namers
This man is dangerous!
As Secretariat's fans well know, Trainer Allen Jerkens, first with Onion, now with Prove Out, is making a career of wrecking the choochoo train
OH LORD, HE'S PERFECT
If God were to make the ultimate racehorse, It would be Secretariat, or so they say at the track. He is the world's most expensive animal, one ...
Fire and Ice
Nearly two years after the last postseason puck was dropped, the playoffs returned with a renewed passion, a familiar intensity, power plays of all kinds--and, of course, people throwing stuff
What works on a team with girls works on a team with guys. Pick-and-rolls, reading defenses, scheming defenses—it's all similar. It's basketball.
The cradle of tennis was meant to be rocky
The posh Newport Casino, shrine of the white-flannel set, was not really designed as a tennis club at all; it got its start when an uninvited horse wandered into the cottagers' exclusive Reading Room
Delusions of Grandeur
Young blacks must be taught that sports are not the only avenues of opportunity
JERRY IS NEVER BEHIND THE EIGHT BALL
At home, Buss says, he is currently reading the Iliad. His persona is an amalgam of Horatio Alger and Hugh Hefner; of sugar daddy, devoted ...