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August 12, 1985
P.J. KURTHEL TORO, CALIF.P.J., 11, a shortstop for the Little League Cardinals, caught a bases-loaded line drive, doubled one runner off second and tagged another out for an unassisted triple play to end the game in...
November 06, 1972
Doug Atkins, a 10-year-old fifth-grader from Huntington, W. Va., received his black belt in the art of Korean karate to become the youngest holder of the rank in the United States. His brother BILL, 15, passed the...
January 27, 1969 | Roy Blount Jr.
It may take a little longer to get there on a comfortable old DC-7 but, for $139, who can resist a weekend at the Super Bowl that includes the beaches and casinos of Grand Bahama and plenty of fun in midair?
October 02, 1967 | Gerald Holland
February 05, 1962
Ted Stickles, 19, Indiana U. sophomore, world record holder in the 400-meter medley, became the first swimmer to break two minutes in the 200-yard individual medley when he posted a 1:59.5 against Michigan State,...