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It's that time again—the end of the millennium—so we immersed ourselves in the century's heavy reigns and drew up a list of those we liked best
April 06, 1992 | Edited by Jon Scher
Preempted The managerial aspirations of Bob Costas, who guided the Oakland Athletics to a 7-5 exhibition loss to Seattle on his 40th birthday. The NBC broadcaster, who once served as the Toledo Mud Hens' third base...
June 03, 1968
Gold scissors snipped a green-and-white ribbon last week and the new Belmont Park was open, a 430-acre, $30 million demonstration that some degree of unhurried and even gracious civilization can survive in a sporting...
August 24, 1959
BOATING—MARK BRATTON, 35-year-old lumberman from Corpus Christi, Texas, finished first and second in final two races to take International Highlander championships, Perth Amboy, N.J.
April 21, 1958 | Harry Phillips
When an airline president can say after a trip on one of his company's planes, "Fine flight!" I imagine he feels much as I do now.