Sport: On to the Ball

With its graceful stone buildings set among the rolling, wooded hillsides of Maryland's hunt country, Goucher College has long been an exclusive school for women. This summer, however, it has been the training-camp home of the National Football League's most aggressive social climbers, the Baltimore Colts. Last season the Colts were football's Cinderella, bouncing from two wins and twelve losses in 1974 to the championship of the American Football Conference's Eastern Division and a spot in the 1975 playoffs. They were beaten by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the first playoff round, but this...

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