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December 26, 1983 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Del Crandall, Seattle Mariner manager, referring to the club's newly acquired second baseman: "The only thing standing between Jack Perconte and an outstanding major league career is performance."
October 13, 1958
Greta Andersen, onetime Danish Olympic champion, fought painful fatigue and adverse tides, pressed on for almost 27 hours, became first to swim 22-mile Catalina channel both ways.
April 08, 1963
Once the Braves spoke confidently of pennants. Now they speak hopefully of the first division, and even that may be out of reach if their fading old men don't pull off a geriatric miracle
April 14, 1958
•The reader's eye will absorb instruction and delight. Del Crandall introduces Part 3 of our illustrated baseball series; and the Ojai tennis spectacle glows in rich color.
June 12, 1972
GOLF—In the first all-English final in seven years TREVOR HOMER, a 28-year-old businessman, defeated 43-year-old Alan Thirlwell 4 and 3 to win the British Amateur championship in Sandwich, England.