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June 09, 1975
BOWLING—EARL ANTHONY became the first to win three straight Brunswick-PBA National Championships by defeating Jim Frazier, 245-180, in Downey, Calif. Anthony earned $9,000 to bring his 1975 winnings to $68,560.
June 02, 1975
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: Steadily converting skeptics into believers, the Golden State Warriors roared off to a 3-0 lead in their championship series with Washington, which had been a monumental favorite. The Bullets let...
April 14, 1975
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: Ironically enough, the most interesting race at the end of the season occurred between two sub-.500 clubs, New York and Cleveland, fighting for one wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference. On...
March 31, 1975
COLLEGE BASKETBALL—PRINCETON became the first Ivy League team to win the National Invitation Tournament, defeating Providence 80-69 at Madison Square Garden.
August 26, 1974
BICYCLING—ANTON TKAC of Czechoslovakia won the men's amateur sprint event at the world championships in Montreal. Russian TAMARA PILTSIKOVU outpedaled American Sue Novarra to win the women's amateur sprint final and...