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November 23, 1970 | William F. Reed
The year's top Big Red Machine belongs not to Cincinnati but to the Nebraska Cornhuskers, who flayed Kansas State and won another New Year's trip to Miami, which prompted Bob Devaney to claim No. 1
October 19, 1970 | William Leggett
It was the Series everybody wanted between baseball's two best teams, but the Orioles took something away from the script when they hit a little harder and pitched a little better to get away winging
October 05, 1970 | William Leggett
While the Mets sank inexorably in the East, the Cincinnati Reds, who long before had celebrated the winning of the West, were not standing idly by. They were moving—in fits and starts, just as they had been since...
July 13, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
•Jan Johnson, 19, of Kansas, who won the NCAA pole vault at 17'7", on his chances of clearing 18 feet: "I'm sure I'll do it when I get a little older. Heck, I don't even shave yet. I can't grow the stuff."
May 05, 1969 | Peter Carry
In the vanguard of the lacrosse surge in mid-America are three Ohio schools that will soon give the Eastern powers real competition for national honors