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June 26, 1961
BASEBALL—SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, with Jim Withers pitching, shut out Oklahoma State 1-0 in fifth game of series to become the first college to win three NCAA championships, in Omaha. The losing pitcher, LITTLETON...
May 15, 1961
BASKETBALL—UNITED STATES wound up its tour of Russia with four more victories, defeated the Soviet national junior team 110-80, a hand-picked squad 98-83, both in Kiev, the Riga Daugava team 89-61, and a Leningrad...
February 27, 1961 | Walter Bingham
An 18-year-old Russian Olympian, who outleaped America's John Thomas in Rome, met him again in New York's Madison Square Garden last week, beat him again and, for an encore, equaled Thomas' world indoor record
February 06, 1961
Valeri Brumel, 18, Moscow student and high jumper who placed second to fellow countryman Robert Shavlakadze in 1960 Olympics, cleared bar at 7 feet 4½ inches on first attempt in Leningrad meet, breaking indoor mark...