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June 20, 1977
BASEBALL—The Chicago White Sox made HAROLD BAINES, an 18-year-old outfielder-first baseman from Saint Michaels, Md., the first player selected in the major league draft, held in New York.
July 07, 1975
ARCHERY—Led by 18-year old DARRELL PACE of Cincinnati, the U.S. won the men's world target archery championship team title at Interlaken, Switzerland. Pace won the men's individual championship with a world-record...
January 25, 1971
Ice hockey can be a harsh and demanding mistress. It often treats its men badly, rewards them less than most big-time sports, exacts from them an enormous nightly expenditure of effort and, in the end, leaves them as...
January 19, 1970
Colette Flesch has become the first woman to be elected mayor of Luxembourg City, the capital of the Grand Duchy. She was born there but graduated from Wellesley, studied at Harvard and received her M.A. from the...
November 03, 1969
TIME WELL SPENTSirs:To those who feel that God is dead, may I submit for their consideration that He is truly alive and well? He merely took a leave of absence and has been spending His time in the home-team locker...