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August 22, 1966
BOATING—PAUL ELVSTROM of Denmark skippered his Web III to the 5.5-meter world championship with five firsts and two seconds in the seven-race competition at Skovshoved, Denmark.
April 18, 1966
Mickey Lolich is a left-handed pitcher for the Detroit Tigers and, as he says, "If you're left-handed and a pitcher, then people automatically think you're flaky." Yes, they do—especially when Mickey tells them why...
April 13, 1964
Since they challenged the Yankees for the pennant in 1961, the Tigers have plummeted into the second division. Now two major trades should make them a lively team again.
May 21, 1962 | Jim Brosnan
September 18, 1961
•Casey Stengel, on the sacking of Milwaukee Manager Charley Dressen: "Anybody who talks too much is going to have trouble, like I did.... I respect anybody who lasts over one year as a manager."