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June 25, 1962
BASEBALL—MICHIGAN needed 15 innings to defeat scrappy little Santa Clara (Calif.) 5-4 and win the NCAA title in the championships at Omaha. But the losing team produced the tournament's outstanding player. Bob...
August 28, 1961
Britain's Wightman Cup Tennis team, standing at graceful attention for the playing of national anthems in Chicago, broke into girlish giggles when the P.A. system butchered The Star-Spangled Banner and God Save the...
July 17, 1961
BOATING—Fuller Callaway's Morning Star was the first of the seven-boat field to finish the 3,571-mile race from California to Tahiti, less than three weeks after leaving Los Angeles. Handicap winner was ATHENE, out...
June 26, 1961
If the sports celebrities assembled for this unique group portrait appear to be frozen in apprehension, it might be because Alfred Arthur Rouse, the Blazing Car Murderer, and George Joseph Smith, infamous killer of...
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