Sport: Fuel for the Feud

For years, the talk in the bars and barbershops of the land has been about the American Football League and the National Football League and which had the better teams. At first, since there was no interleague play, the argument was a standoff. Then, in 1967, the champions of the two leagues played the first of four Super Bowl Games. The results—two N.F.L. victories followed by two stunning upsets by the A.F.L.—only added fuel to the feud. This season, with the ten teams of the A.F.L. merged into the N.F.L., the match-ups have given...

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