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July 30, 1956
Fred Knorr, affable 42-year-old radio executive whose boyhood baseball ambition was thwarted by Depression, finally made big time—as head of 11-man syndicate which paid record price of $5,500,000 for Detroit Tigers.
June 22, 1959
TRACK & FIELD—Kansas had produced many an individual NCAA champion but never a team title—until last weekend at Lincoln, Neb., where hungry Jayhawks flew off with biggest prize (see page 16). Thirty big points were...
September 04, 1967
Ken Cline, 13, of Lincoln, Neb., who wants to become a sports-car designer when he grows up, drove his flashy blue racer (made to look like an alligator) to a first-place finish at the All-American Soap Box Derby in...
October 07, 1968
Maryetta Boitano, 5, of San Francisco, youngest of a running clan, finished 441st in a field of more than 900 entered in the Dipsea Run, a 6.8-mile race near the California coast. Maryetta, who runs three times a...
March 01, 1971
Leo Lynett, 12, scored three of his team's four goals in the decisive game and half of its three-game total to lead Amherst, N.Y. to victory in the Tobacco Town Peewee Hockey tournament at Delhi, Ontario. The win was...