Selections from Frank Deford’s On The Campus columns (1961-62)
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In Memoriam: Dan Sachs ’60 (Oct. 10, 1967)
Princetonians know Sachs as the namesake of one of the University’s highest academic honors. Deford painted a narrative portrait of the Rhodes Scholar and one-time football star who died of cancer in 1967.
From Sports Illustrated
The toughest coach there ever was
Deford’s 1984 profile of the late Bob “Bull” “Cyclone” Sullivan
Five strides on the banked track
A story of life on the road with roller derby stars in 1969
A Princeton boy who beat the pros
Deford’s 1962 feature about Bill Bradley ’65 introduced the basketball star to a national audience
Beware, little big man is here
A perceptive profile of 5-foot-7-inch Chicago Bulls coach Dick Motta