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May 22, 1961
•Tom Saffell, manager of the Jacksonville Jets of the Sally League, when asked if he was planning anything new after his team lost its 18th game in 22 starts: "Yes, I just might cut my throat."
August 28, 1961
Leo Hart, 12, Kinston (N.C.) Little League pitcher, hurled five straight no-hitters to lead team into state finals, then saw first bitter in championship game break streak by singling (Kinston eventually won, 6-5),...
March 19, 1962
FINANCIAL FISHSirs:As a member of the steelhead sport-fishing clan of the Pacific Northwest, I want to thank you for bringing the sportsman-Indian-steelhead fishing controversy into national focus where it belongs...
June 11, 1962
Billy Spencer, 12, of Sarasota, Fla. soared to a new national junior boys' water-ski jump record of 83 feet in the Jacksonville Open Jump Classics. The son of a water-ski-school operator, Billy gets his distance by...
July 09, 1962
LARDY DUDESirs:Boy, that Jack Nicklaus is really great, isn't he! Yes siree! He beat Arnold Palmer in winning his first professional tournament and so now he has become a "superstar," a "wonder man of golf," and "one...