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November 18, 1985 | Edited by Gay Flood
ROYAL CROWN, CARDINAL THORNSSir:Ron Fimrite did an excellent job on the Royals' World Series win (K.C. Had A Blast, Nov. 4), Curry Kirkpatrick's sidebar on the fall of the Cards was a classic, and the superb...
November 04, 1985 | Robert L. Miller
It didn't take long for senior writer William Nack to find out what it meant to be a stranger in the tight-knit, troubled farm community of Glenville, Minn. "I walked into Don's Market the day after I got there, and...
August 12, 1985 | Edited by Gay Flood
ELUSIVE CHESS CHAMPIONSir:Your July 29 article Bobby Fischer was a masterpiece. William Nack's account of his hunt for the reclusive Fischer read like an excerpt from a Robert Ludlum novel. But I still can't...
October 15, 1984 | Edited by Gay Flood
THE CUBSSir:What a work of art by William Nack and Franklin McMahon (At Last, the Cubs Are First, Oct. 1). No finer portrait of the Cubs could have been wrought by pen and brush as far as this diehard Cub fan is...
May 14, 1984 | Robert L. Miller
When Swale won the Kentucky Derby, senior writer William Nack went, well, bananas. The natural reaction, one would think, of a man holding a winning ticket. But not in Nack's case. The outburst was the natural high...