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October 21, 1968
UP THE IRISH!Sirs:Dan Jenkins' article on the Notre Dame-Purdue game (Leroy on the Loose, Oct. 7) is at best irrelevant and pointless and at worst tasteless and disgusting.
October 07, 1968 | Whitney Tower
The Woodward was supposed to settle a few scores among those who might enter, but when a 10-to-1 shot beat Damascus it made Doc champion of the handicap division and probably Horse of the Year
September 30, 1968
Notre Dame confronts Purdue at South Bend, and the clash of these two fierce rivals may decide who is No. 1. Dan Jenkins reports a game that will shape the season.
September 23, 1968 | Whitney Tower
By winning the U.N. Handicap after setting the mile record, Dr. Fager went a long way toward justifying the claims of his exuberant trainer
July 29, 1968 | Billy Reed
That's Dr. Fager, whose suicidal tendency to follow the hot pace of a decoy has now contributed to two defeats by his cooler rival, Damascus