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December 05, 1966
"Freshmen, now they're jest fine," says Peck Hickman, the voluble, volatile Louisville coach, "but by the next year they know all the tricks, all the shortcuts. There's nobody in the world knows so much as a damn...
June 14, 1965 | Frank Deford
Portending a shift in the balance of power in college sports, the Southeastern Conference voids its gentleman's agreement on segregation while other southern schools step up their recruiting of Negroes
May 31, 1965
Henry Wade, the Dallas district attorney who became world famous as prosecutor of Jack Ruby, drove in the first run in the annual baseball game between Dallas prosecutors and criminal lawyers. With the score 0-0 in...