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Sue Gillespie, 17, a winsome, blue-eyed blonde from Portland, Ind. who started pitching horseshoes three years ago, won her second world championship in Greenville, Ohio. She also set a world record for one game by...
October 28, 1968
Scott Spann, 10, of Greenville, S.C. won the Nolan B. Myers Award as the local YMCA's best all-round athlete. He is a fine football player, but it is as a swimmer that he excels. Spann holds six Southern age-group...
December 21, 1970
Wayne Carpenter, a policeman in Ogden, Utah, was chosen Most Valuable Offensive Player after rushing for 146 yards and one touchdown in leading his team to a 9-8 victory over the Salt Lake City Police Department in...
March 13, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Joe Torre, St. Louis Cardinal third baseman and last year's Most Valuable Player, on his holdout at spring training: "They're even charging me for coffee and gum at the clubhouse."
March 29, 1976 | J. D. Reed