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March 30, 1970
While UCLA was psyching out the NCAA and Marquette was sewing up the NIT, a game between Las Vegas show girls and some airline stewardollies gave basketball a new shape—and a lot bigger gate
January 19, 1970
BASKETBALL—NBA: Halfway through an eight-game road trip, their longest of the season, the New York Knicks won back some of their early-season luster, taking three straight before the San Diego Rockets spoiled things...
April 15, 1968 | Curry Kirkpatrick
The Olympic Trials were chiefly distinguished by the absence of 20 of our best college players
September 26, 1960
Doug Gallagher, a left-hander undismayed by the loss of his last 10 games, gave the Charlotte Hornets no hits, only two walks (in the same inning), struck out eight as his Knoxville Smokies clinched the semifinal...
November 29, 1954 | Melvin Crook
The U.S. powerboat fraternity, growing ever larger, looks back on its liveliest season yet, with racing at a peak while everything from Gold Cup hydroplanes to the fast and sassy Class JU outboard stocks burn up the...