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TOUGH TALK FROM PREXY
October 05, 1970
Curtis Fisher, in six years of Little League and Senior Little League play at Cordele, Ga., drew the attention of major league scouts by winning five batting championships, the last with a .578 average during a...
September 28, 1970
Jeff Wells of Alexandria, Va. was the winning pitcher in one of the longest Little League games ever played (16 innings, 3¾ hours). The Baileys Crossroads righthander struck out five and gave up no hits in the last...
February 02, 1970 | Bil Gilbert
When I was an undergraduate at Georgetown University a young historian named Carroll Quigley offered a course called Development of Civilization, a one-year survey of human activity from roughly 10,000 B.C. to date...
September 22, 1969
Karl Kinsel, 12, of Cotulla, Texas, won the Youth Rodeo Association steer-riding championship in Laredo and also clinched the state junior ribbon in calf roping. The 4'11", 82-pounder, a rodeo performer three years,...