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JAY LYTTLEANAHEIM, CALIF.Lyttle, 25, a 5'10", 215-pound machinist, pinned Bruce Way of Escondido, Calif. "in a flash" to win the heavyweight division at the national amateur arm-wrestling championships in La Mirada,...
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March 01, 1971
Leo Lynett, 12, scored three of his team's four goals in the decisive game and half of its three-game total to lead Amherst, N.Y. to victory in the Tobacco Town Peewee Hockey tournament at Delhi, Ontario. The win was...
January 04, 1971
Tony Rosetti Jr. of Biloxi, Miss. captured the World All-Around Skeet Shooting championship in Savannah, Ga., the Grand Prix of Europe in Wiesbaden, Germany and the Golden Bear Shoot in Bern, Switzerland. He has now...
September 21, 1970
Broadway Joe won't have the division all to himself anymore. There's a new boy on the block, John Unitas, the idol of Main Street, U.S.A.—and his vengeful Colts. And Don Shula has his Dolphins jumping through hoops