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April 29, 1968
BASKETBALL—NBA: BOSTON, after eliminating Philadelphia 4-3 by sweeping the last three games of the Eastern finals, came from behind to beat Los Angeles 107-101 in the first game of the championship series (page 24).
July 26, 1965
BOATING—Ticonderoga, the 72-foot ketch owned, skippered and navigated by Robert Johnson of Portland, Ore., sailed from San Pedro, Calif. to Honolulu in 9 days 13 hours 51 minutes 2 seconds, to finish the Transpacific...
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July 15, 1968 | Pat Ryan
The lady golf pros had a cat scratch or two for France's Catherine Lacoste, defending champion in the U.S. Women's Open, but really needed no more than the presence of a newlywed to turn back the foreign devil
July 10, 1967 | Mark Mulvoy
But what a clod was France's bouncy Catherine Lacoste, who stunned the LPGA stars by flying in from Paris and waltzing off with their biggest prize, the U.S. Women's Open, which no amateur had ever won