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August 27, 1973
BOATING—Barring any protests, WEST GERMANY captured the Admiral's Cup with 831 points. Australia was second with 779 points in the four-race world championship sailed between Cowes and Plymouth.
August 06, 1973
ARCHERY—The U.S. men's team clinched top honors in the world championships at Grenoble, France while the American women finished second, behind the Soviet Union. LINDA MYERS of York, Pa. won the women's individual...
July 09, 1973
COLLEGE BASKETBALL—The U.S. men touring China continued their winning ways with two more victories, 81-55 and 101-82. The women's team from John F. Kennedy College bounced back after three opening defeats with wins...
June 11, 1973
BOXING—Argentina's CARLOS MONZON retained his world middleweight crown with a 15-round unanimous decision over Emile Griffith, in Monte Carlo. It was Griffith's second fruitless attempt to regain the crown he held...