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May 30, 1966
Paul Gerken, a Norwalk (Conn.) High School sophomore who began playing tennis at 7 and became New England junior champion seven years later at 14, defeated Dave Campbell of Hingham, Mass. to win the South Shore...
April 15, 1968 | Kim Chapin
With $25,000 waiting for him in bowling's richest tournament, Dave Davis came down to the 10th frame of the last game against Koko Johnson and all that was left was the seven-pin. He never saw it fall
January 17, 1972 | Joe Jares
Boyish Don Johnson picks up where he left off in 1971 by sheathing his swollen thumb in a raw potato, then outrolling the field to draw first blood on the 1972 circuit at the BPAA Open in New York City
October 23, 1972 | Don Johnson
"When Don Johnson's legs start to tremble," said an old rival who no doubt felt that he had followed in Johnson's quake once too often, "I don't like to bowl against him. I know he's got that winning feeling." Since...
July 30, 1973 | Richard W. Johnston