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July 08, 1974
BOATING—The 55-foot sloop Scaramouche, owned by Charles Kirsch of Sturgis, Mich., was declared winner of the 29th Newport-to-Bermuda yacht race with a corrected time of 2 days, 15 hours 59:56. Sumner A. Long's Ondine...
December 02, 1974
TWELFTH MANSir:I am an Ohio State fan and, unfortunately, attended the Michigan State game in East Lansing (The Touchdown That Didn't Count, Nov. 18). I congratulate you on your objective and honest reporting of a...
April 07, 1975 | Ron Fimrite
The fundamental difference between this season and last, the Oakland A's stoutly maintain, is that this time they will be obliged to play hard all the way to win their division. "We have a funny type of ball club,"...
July 21, 1975 | Herman Weiskopf
April 12, 1976 | Ron Fimrite
As manager of the A's, Chuck Tanner at last may have found a focus for his Panglossian view of life. Tanner is a man who sees the best in everything and everyone, including Dick Allen, whom he once more or less...