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October 26, 1981
CLARENCE CHAFFEEWlLLIAMSTOWN, MASS.Chaffee, 80, a retired tennis, squash and soccer coach, completed a "grand slam" by winning four USTA championships in the 80-and-over age group. Within five weeks, he won the...
October 19, 1959
BASEBALL—LOS ANGELES DODGERS 4 games to 2 over Chicago White Sox to win World Series.Havana of International League 4 games to 3 over Minneapolis of American Association for Little World Series.
August 10, 1959
Tony Brooks, 27, auto-racing dentist from England, pushed his Ferarri up to an average 143.5 mph over a wet and treacherous track in West Berlin, beat American Dan Gurney in 309.5-mile Grand Prix of Germany.
December 16, 1957
John Crow, Texas A&M's crunching bread-and-butter halfback on just about everyone's All-America, calmly received news of selection for Heisman Trophy as nation's top player: "I'm afraid I'll wake up and find out it...
September 21, 1959
Bertha Ragan, 35, pitcher for the Stratford, Conn. Raybestos Brakettes Softball team, hurled two no-hitters, plus two other shutouts, for second straight women's soft-ball world championship at Stratford.