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April 21, 1969 | Melvin Durslag
Harness racing at night has won routine acceptance in many areas, but when it came to Southern California it made new enemies of old friends
April 21, 1969
BASKETBALL—NBA: For years BOSTON has called it Big D, the D standing for defense, and it was the determining factor in each of the first four games of the Eastern playoffs (page 66). Boston won the first game...
April 14, 1969
BADMINTON—Three of the four singles finalists in the U.S. Open in Natchitoches, La. were Indonesians. RUDY HARTONO defeated his compatriot Muljadi 15-9, 15-12 for the men's title, and MINARNI beat Pirnilla Henson of...
April 14, 1969 | Tex Maule
The Los Angeles Lakers, lethargic and slumberous through two losing games of their series with the San Francisco Warriors, came to life with the fury of an irritable giant and crushed the Warriors four straight to...
April 14, 1969 | Frank Deford
After a decade of glory, the Boston veterans were the poorest qualifiers in the Eastern Division playoffs, but they drew strength from a proud tradition and won the right to meet New York in the semifinal round