Sport: All-Round Otto

As a boy, Otto Graham made a name for himself in the junior music circles of Waukegan, Ill., where his father was (and is) a high-school music director. In addition to piano and violin, which he still plays, Otto learned the oboe, English horn, French horn and cornet. Otto also had other talents which his father, an old semipro pitcher, approved and encouraged. He won high-school letters in football, basketball and baseball, found time to play tennis and golf and win awards in Junior Olympic track and field events around Chicago.

At 32, Otto Graham is as busy as ever, and even...

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