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SETTING HIS SIGHTS ON THE SUPER BOWL
Quarterback Bert Jones hits pass receivers and geese with equal accuracy, and has Baltimore atop the AFC East with an 8-1 record. By Robert ...
START IN BACK AND ATTACK
... but suddenly Johnny Rutherford was right there behind A. J. Foyt, ready to chase him down in Indy's finest race in years. By Robert F. Jones. June 03, 1974.
GOLD TO IVORY, ASHES FOR TONY
He would have to face Steve Williams, the 9.1 sprinter from San Diego State; Reggie Jones, the 9.2 ace from Tennessee; Jones' 9.3 teammate ...
He bit the hand that fed him
At the behest of his friend John Cook, Mark O'Meara came to Ohio to qualify for the U.S. Amateur and stay at Cook's condo. So guess who beat whom in the finals
Gone are sophomores who behave like sophs
Coaches used to let young quarterbacks play the final minutes so they could fumble a few and gain experience, but today's rookies are as poised and seasoned as the veterans
THE SILVER ANNIVERSARY OF JONES'S GRAND SLAM
Jones's half-way total of 144 placed him in a tie for second with Harry Cooper, two shots behind Horton Smith. Bob won that tournament with his third round.
A shy man has his points
GORDON JOHNCOCK SEEMED TO HAVE A SNOWBALL'S CHANCE OF WINNING THE USAC CHAMPIONSHIP, BUT EVEN IN THE HEAT OF PHOENIX THAT WAS ALL HE NEEDED
Wanted! (but not much)
Ed Ratleff, scoring against Pacific, leads a strong Long Beach team that has been unfairly accused of every sin under basketball's sun
Fast shadow at 5 o'clock
If beards grow the way the Indy cars go, Gary Bettenhausen will soon become a ripping Van Winkle
SPEEDING OFF INTO THE SUNSET
By Robert F. Jones .... Unser and Team Manager Parnelli Jones hope to go Formula I racing full time next year; Mario Andretti preceded them ...