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July 01, 1963 | Tex Maule
After two days of competition, the U.S. came up with a world-beating team in the nationals in St. Louis
June 17, 1963
BASKETBALL—Former Purdue basketball star and pro player PAUL HOFFMAN. 38, signed a one-year contract for a reported $12,000 as general manager of the NBA's new Baltimore Bullets, once Chicago Zephyrs. Hoffman...
June 03, 1963
BASEBALL—In a straight player deal JERRY LYNCH, whose pinch-hitting prowess helped the Cincinnati Reds to a 1961 pennant and coined the phrase "Lynch in the Pinch," was traded to the Pittsburgh Pirates for Outfielder...
June 26, 1961 | Roy Terrell
For the first time in 40 years, the collegiate championships were held on the Atlantic seaboard. Seven records later, everyone—or almost everyone—conceded it wasn't such a bad idea after all