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December 24, 1984 | Compiled by SANDY KEENAN
PRO BASKETBALL—No sooner did New York's Bernard King return to action after a groin injury had sent him to the sidelines for two weeks, during which the Knicks had a 1-6 record, than New York beat Philadelphia...
November 12, 1984 | Compiled by BRUCE ANDERSON
PRO BASKETBALL—With Walter Davis's knee in a cast and Maurice Lucas's contract in limbo, Phoenix faced plenty of difficulties. Then Suns guard Kyle Macy stubbed his toe and was sidelined. No problem. Adversities and...
August 15, 1983 | Compiled by Lisa Twyman
BALLOONING—OWEN KEOWN, who wasn't ranked among the top 50 competitors, beat four national titlists and defending world champion Bruce Comstock to win the National Hot Air Championships in Indianola, Iowa.
July 17, 1978
BOWLING—DAVE DAVIS of Hackensack, N.J. averaged 220 for 42 games to win the $60,000 Fresno Open by 366 pins from Ken Fernandez of Rogue River, Ore.
December 21, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
•Billy Kidd, former U.S. Olympic skier, asked to explain the growing popularity of the sport in this country: "People are looking for self-expression. In skiing nobody tells you where to go or what to do. You do your...