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Pro Football: Look at Me, Man!

(See Cover) The guest of honor at last week's luncheon meeting of the Cleveland Touchdown Club seemed the soul of mild-mannered urbanity. He broke his rolls...

Pro Football: Jimmy, the Giant Killer

PRO FOOTBALL The biggest obstacle that stands between the National Football League's New York Giants and their third straight Eastern Conference Championship...

Pro Football: A Knack for Running

There are countless football fans who still insist that Jim Thorpe, or maybe Bronco Nagurski, was the best running back who ever lived. But in the Cotton Bowl...

Sport: The Indispensable Man

The Green Bay Packers were riding high. They had won four straight games, shattered the Baltimore Colts (45-7) and Cleveland Browns (49-17), needed only to beat...

Books: Man on the Sidelines

A FAN'S NOTES by Frederick Exley. 385 pages. Harper & Row. $6.95. Long ago, on Sunday afternoons, before TV antennas took root on America's rooftops, before Y...

Pro Football: One for the Cripples

It may not be good for their image, but the Green Bay Packers do read newspapers. So last week they learned that they were old, worn, weary, and probably not...

Letters: Dec. 10, 1965

Appraising the President Sir: The difference between Kennedy and Johnson [Nov. 26] is the difference between a call for sacrifice and a quest for shallow...

College Football: Pick of the Pros

To hear the pro scouts tell it, the 1965 college football season was a bust. The college quarterbacks were "awful," the running backs were "only so-so," the...

Pro Football: A Day for Optimists

The people who run pro football are eternal optimists. They insist that on any given Sunday, any given team can beat any other team. Nobody really believes it...

People: Oct. 2, 1964

The naming of cats is a difficult matter, but the naming of Medal of Freedom winners puts it to shame. Lyndon Johnson finally awarded one to Poet Thomas...

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