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June 16, 1969
Boston Red Sox fans will be pleased to learn that the skis that helped kill their team's chances for a second straight pennant in 1968 have been sold. Pitcher Jim Lonborg, who severely injured his left leg on a...
December 16, 1968 | Skip Myslenski
Postwar prejudices, the hyperbole of the prize ring's fastest-talking promoter and a nation's hectic return to Mr. Harding's abnormal normalcy made a four-round circus of a hopeless mismatch
April 22, 1968
To hear oldtimers tell it, prizefighting's folk heroes, past masters like Jack Johnson and John L. Sullivan, could have whipped the best of the modern crop in a single night. Thanks to a group of pioneer camera...
February 26, 1968
Warrior Nate Thurmond and Jockey Willie Shoemaker (below), 6'11" and 4'11" respectively, made an eye-catching couple at the Academy of Professional Sports awards presentations recently. Thurmond is recovering from a...
October 02, 1967