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Yesterday, I went back to my Camelot, although I don't really call it that. Vacantlot would be more like it, though to me it is always a place of magic and wonder. I discovered it over a period of years and, with...
May 01, 1978 | Edited by Walter Bingham
•Graig Nettles, one of the four Yankees who were fined $500 for missing a welcome-home luncheon for charity: "If this club wants somebody to play third base, they've got me. If they want somebody to go to luncheons,...
April 17, 1978 | J. D. Reed
Fifteen-year-old Tracy Caulkins set five U.S. records and along with the rest of the gang sent East Germany a message
May 09, 1977 | Robert Gantwell
Cecil Smith, now 73, was a Texas ranch hand when he discovered polo, the millionaires' sport. He invaded that alien world and, with brilliant horsemanship, became the game's best player
November 11, 1974 | Joe Jares