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July 22, 1974
Lehaman Burrow Jr., a senior at Window Rock High, Fort Defiance, Ariz., won his third straight Class A-AAA Arizona Inter-scholastic Association Rifle Championship, in which he set a record in 1973, and led his team...
March 05, 1973 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Marv Harshman, Washington basketball coach, on what it would take to beat UCLA: "A team that combines the talent of Minnesota and Houston, the enthusiasm of North Carolina and a couple of Notre Dame referees."
April 24, 1972 | Irvin Muchnick
Somewhere, probably in Baltimore, a mad physicist is tinkering with a new design for the baseball. The present official one is certainly flawed: it soars like a homing pigeon when a pitcher is in a losing streak and...
June 16, 1969
Boston Red Sox fans will be pleased to learn that the skis that helped kill their team's chances for a second straight pennant in 1968 have been sold. Pitcher Jim Lonborg, who severely injured his left leg on a...
August 21, 1967
•Warren Woodson, New Mexico State coach, commenting on a new 300-pound lineman: "He's 6-4 and we had to have a special jersey made for him because of his 22-inch biceps. He was too big for the Army. I like 4-Fs like...