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June 17, 1968 | William Leggett
While pitching dominated play in both leagues, four men were still batting with the sort of thinking man's aggressiveness that made a .400 hitter of Ted Williams (page 30). The best of these in all-round production...
May 27, 1968 | Peter Carry
With the combined average for American League hitters down to .223, it was no wonder they were all bug-eyed last week at the feats of the Senators' Frank Howard. The 6'7", 260-pound Howard had 10 homers and 17 RBIs...
June 26, 1967
•Frank Howard, Clemson football coach, on Bear Bryant: "The Bear's always been ahead of us humans. Even when we started the two-platoon system, he was using three platoons: one on offense, one on defense and one to...
April 19, 1965
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