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October 10, 1966 | Jack Mann
January 10, 1966
It was the risk a museum takes when it permits a favorite masterpiece to be loaned out to a traveling exhibition: Willie Mays, stumping the West on behalf of the Job Corps (at the request, it was rumored, of Hubert...
October 18, 1965 | Jack Mann
The World Series opened on a slightly shocking note when Zoilo Versalles and the underdog Minnesota Twins upended Don Drysdale and Sandy Koufax, the supposedly unbeatable titans of the Los Angeles Dodger pitching...
June 21, 1965 | Herman Weiskopf
Bill Mazeroski surprises people. On his wedding day he surprised his bride when, on a dare, he shoved a plug of chewing tobacco into his mouth as he left the church. Exactly two years and two days later the Pirate...
June 07, 1965 | Mark Mulvoy
NATIONAL LEAGUEDouble trouble confronted LOS ANGELES (4-3) Pitcher Don Drysdale. Three of Don's brood mares were about to foal, and he was scheduled to start against St. Louis, which had won seven straight. Less than...