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October 07, 1968
•Randy Matson, shotputter, conceding that a world record is possible in his event at Mexico City: "I've heard the shot travels one-sixteenth of an inch farther at 7,300 feet than at sea level."
October 07, 1968 | Peter Carry
NATIONAL LEAGUEWith Bob Gibson setting a record for ERA at 1.12 and pitching 13 shutouts, ST. LOUIS (3-2) easily swept to its second consecutive pennant, SAN FRANCISCO (3-2) has a streak going, too. The Giants...
October 14, 1968 | William Leggett
October 21, 1968 | Mark Mulvoy
It was supposed to be between McLain and Gibson, but the 1968 World Series turned into a confrontation between the heavy hitters of Detroit and the swift runners of St. Louis. Mickey Lolich helped a bit, too
November 11, 1968
Dr. Luis Walter Alvarez, physicist at the University of California at Berkeley, devised the first foul-weather landing system for airplanes, did studies on advanced systems of measurement by light rays, has worked on...