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•Dr. Karl Kapp, of Basel University in Switzerland, at an international conference on the quality of life: "Had there been a computer in 1872 it would probably have predicted that by now there would be so many...
August 16, 1971
Mary Ann Callies, a Gig Harbor, Wash. housewife and angler, landed the largest halibut caught by a woman at Agate and Crescent beaches, a 133-pounder. For the previous five years her big fish of 164, 150, 133, 144...
August 09, 1971
David Cohen, 10, of Blauvelt, N.Y., pitched eight no-hitters in a 10-game Little League season, struck out 108 batters, had an ERA of 0.18 and a batting average of .609. He was chosen for the All-Star team, pitched...
August 02, 1971
THE PLAY'S THE THINGSirs:Congratulations to Bob Ottum on his dazzling drama Boog! (July 19). Articles such as this are good for baseball. Boog! satirically humanizes the lives of baseball players, which has to help...
July 12, 1971
Robert Buccino, 12, a pitcher and catcher for a North Edison (N.J.) Little League team, batted .649 in his first 25 games and leads the league in RBIs (40), homers (10) and runs (35). He has a 9-1 pitching record,...