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September 14, 1981 | Andy Meisler
What substance stretches, bounces and absorbs newspaper comic strips? Yes, Silly Putty does all that but little else. Now there's a putty with similar characteristics and one more—it's actually useful. Bill Cox, a...
May 04, 1970 | Gwilym S. Brown
Yes, Virginia, there is a Bill Cox. He is alive and well in London, dreaming up all-world soccer teams, issues of postage stamps and a hall of fame in Nicaragua. Nicaragua?
April 27, 1970
The hockey war between Boston and Chicago pits Bobby against Bobby—Orr vs. Hull—in a clash of superstars for the East's Stanley Cup title. Gary Ronberg tells the story.
June 19, 1967
The 67th U.S. open is hold at historic Baltusrol. From there Alfred Wright reports what happened both on the course and behind the scenes in the battle for golf's top title.
September 12, 1966 | Hugh Whall
A brilliant failure in the America's Cup racing, Bill Cox at last wins the sailing trophy that marks him the best skipper on this continent