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Bernie Parrish, still giving his rivals some hard shots, bombs pro football
Bernie Parrish, still giving his rivals some hard shots, bombs pro football. By Robert H. Boyle. Nov. 01, 1971 · View Cover. View Cover. Nov.
THE SPORTS PAGES BEGAN WITH HIM
The first man in this country to earn his living writing about sports was not a mountain man with a literary bent but an English scholar and ...
YOU CAN DOPE U.S. HORSES, TOO, BUT IT ISN'T EASY
Drugging horses to make them win or lose is still possible on American tracks but it has become risky and rare. In the last 14 years an annual average of only 15 ...
Stanley, the general manager
The best ballplayer ever to become top dog in a front office laughs, does card tricks, signs autographs and—oh, yes—waxes optimistic
SHOW-BIZ SONNY AND HIS QUEST FOR STARS
Sonny Werblin of the Jets and his two rookie quarterbacks, Joe Namath and John Huarte, form pro football's most interesting triangle. By Robert H. Boyle.
FOUR WALL AND FOR BLOOD
FOUR WALL AND FOR BLOOD. Jimmy Jacobs won the U.S. handball championship last week, but not without a marvelous, slam-bang fight. By Robert Boyle.
The place where he belongs
Disgruntled at Penn State, Jeff Hostetler has found a home at West Virginia
A SHY MAN AT A PICNIC
By Robert Boyle ... Nevertheless, he says he was listed for years as a graduate, and he is now of the belief that Robert Hutchins removed his name from this ...
BUY NOW AND CRY LATER
By Robert H. Boyle .... Robert J. Haiman, managing editor of the St. Petersburg Times, which has run a series of exposés, says, "The sale of ...