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Another old and storied pro—Arnold Palmer—whose era has come and gone since 1958, did not receive a special invitation to this, his silver jubilee Open
March 29, 1976 | Herman Weiskopf
They'll remember It now. Rising from Southland obscurity to upset the big boys, UNCC came, saw and doggone near conquered the NIT
October 14, 1974
BOWLING—LORRIE KOCH of Carpentersville, Ill. ousted two other finalists before defeating Betty Morris of Stockton, Calif. 205-179 to take the $10,000 first prize in the $75,000 Brunswick Women's World Open, in...
October 07, 1974 | Joe Marshall
The World Football League was, at any rate, as franchises shifted, teams missed paydays and attendance drifted from poor to pitiful
June 11, 1973
BOXING—Argentina's CARLOS MONZON retained his world middleweight crown with a 15-round unanimous decision over Emile Griffith, in Monte Carlo. It was Griffith's second fruitless attempt to regain the crown he held...