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April 20, 1981 | Kenny Moore
Once when I was working in an office in Washington, D.C., our tall, blonde attorney asked me up to her apartment at noon. She looked like Catherine Deneuve, except her eyes were sea green instead of gray. "I'll give...
October 13, 1980 | Jim Kaplan
It was a memorable year. George Brett almost hit .400, the National League had two gut-clenching pennant races, San Francisco's Willie McCovey retired, and the players and owners narrowly averted a strike. At times...
December 03, 1979 | Ron Reid
March 26, 1979 | Ron Reid
Although dreary and weary, Drury beat Henderson for the NAIA championship
October 25, 1965
Vivien Birch, an assistant librarian nourished by fruit, honey, oxtail soup and the desire to earn money for charity, walked the 54 miles from Brighton, Sussex, to London's Brentford in 17 hours 20 minutes, breaking...