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March 14, 1966 | John Lovesey
The presence of Bill Bradley drew 500 spectators to the Oxford-Cambridge varsity match last week, but the important thing was the postgame party
December 19, 1966 | Yevgeny Yevtushenko
August 10, 1970
Louis Zarr, 15, pitcher and third baseman in the Johnson County (Kans.) 3 and 2 League, hit four consecutive homers over the left-field fence to drive in six runs in a 9-1 victory—then came back in another game to...
January 04, 1971 | Clement Freud
The former got lots of the latter when Oxford and Cambridge met Egypt in a more or less titanic struggle, after which a sporting question arose: How many saw the belly dancer's scar? This English writer vows he...
July 19, 1971 | John Hanlon
They called it a "rattrap," a "muzzle" and a "birdcage." One sportswriter complained, "There is a great deal of beastly humbug in contrivances to protect men from things which do not happen. There is about as much...