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August 03, 1970
"The only phobia I have that I know about is heights," says Paul Newman—which is an unfortunate phobia to have, as he is now in Oregon shooting a movie about lumberjacks from Ken Kesey's novel Sometimes a Great...
July 06, 1970 | Roy Blount Jr.
April 13, 1970
Modern technology is rapidly taking over the prerogatives of the groundkeepers in the National League. Ever since baseball moved out of the cow pastures, stadium crews have curried playing fields purposefully,...
July 03, 1967 | Herman Weiskopf
Last week was one big fight night in the major leagues. Henry Aaron and Rico Carty of the Braves traded punches during a plane trip to L.A. "He called me a dirty name," said Aaron, who took a swipe at Carty, missed...
January 16, 1967
Astronaut Gordon Cooper went 3.3 million miles in Gemini 5 without a pit stop, but in the 250-mile Orange Bowl Regatta in Miami's Marine Stadium he had to beach his boat three times for adjustments before finishing...