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Janice Cole, 5'10" senior at South Beauregard High School in Longville, La., led her team to the state Class B basketball championship with a record of 54 wins and no losses. She averaged an impressive 29 points and...
June 22, 1970
BOATING—Veteran racer BILL MUNCEY, 41, won his fourth President's Cup on the Potomac River, collecting 1,100 points in his classic-design unlimited hydroplane MYR'S SHEET METAL. Bill Schumacher finished second with...
July 15, 1968 | Kim Chapin
Despite horrid weather that lessened the crowds, the first Wimbledon allowing professionals and amateurs to play each other was a success and proved that while two pros are the champs, all pros are not
June 24, 1968 | Kim Chapin
Billie Jean King has been queen of Wimbledon for two years. Although she says she would drop tennis if her husband insisted, she hopes she will someday be recognized as the best woman player of her time
April 08, 1968 | Kim Chapin
After a distinguished amateur career, Billie Jean King decided to turn professional, but not before a rare meeting with her longtime rival, Nancy Richey, whose going-away present to her was a remarkable beating