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September 27, 1971
Pam Secchiari, 11, of Scottsdale, Ariz., who had been competing in AAU races only three months, won national age-group titles in the 100-yard dash (12.3) and long jump (16'1¾") and was awarded high-point honors at a...
July 27, 1959
Red Schoendienst, 36, second baseman who sparked Milwaukee to two pennants, returning from nine-month bout with tuberculosis, donned Braves uniform to do light workout for first time this season.
July 30, 1956
Fred Knorr, affable 42-year-old radio executive whose boyhood baseball ambition was thwarted by Depression, finally made big time—as head of 11-man syndicate which paid record price of $5,500,000 for Detroit Tigers.