It had been obvious to those who really cared in the 1970s: the kids chasing threadbare tennis balls between parked cars or firing chipped pucks around the weeds, skirting the snowbanks; .the grandmothers enjoying their weekly tot as the anthem played on Saturday night; the regulars in the beer halls sporting their own scars from the game, wearing jackets with crossed sticks on the shoulder and had “a little money riding on the Maple Leafs.”By Hal Quinn9 min
Irving Kristol is the leading thinker and idea-broker in the neo-conservative movement, which is changing the political and intellectual complexion of the U.S. A founding editor of the distinguished quarterly The Public Interest, contributor to The Wall Street Journal and informal adviser to President-elect Ronald Reagan ’s transition team, Kristol ’s ideas on politics, economics and the social order have an increasingly strong influence at the highest levels of American business and government.
Toronto’s Steve Podborski picked up where he left off last month by winning the first World Cup downhill race of the year last Saturday at Garmisch-Partenkirchen, West Germany, vaulting the 23-year-old racer into first place in the over-all standings.By MARSHA BOULTON6 min
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