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November 03, 1969
BASKETBALL—NBA: NEW YORK (7-1) breezed past PHOENIX (2-4) for its fifth straight win 140-116, causing Sun Coach Johnny Kerr to observe, "They play championship-caliber basketball." But with such encomiums ringing in...
October 27, 1969
BASKETBALL—NBA: NEW YORK (4-0) opened the league's 24th season by beating the SuperSonics 126-101, then followed with three more wins, holding its opponents to fewer than 100 points each game. The 1968 Rookie of the...
October 06, 1969 | Tex Maule
In his first pro appearance Alcindor showed that—like Bill Russell—he changes the nature of the game by depriving rivals of some attacking weapons. Don't worry, Hawkins will be a star, too
September 08, 1969
BOATING—GRAHAM HALL of Bayside, N.Y. won the Mallory Cup, North America's men's sailing championship. Hall, in second place prior to the final race, was an easy victor when 18-year-old Peter Warren finished fourth...
July 21, 1969
BOATING—Olympic gold medalist RODNEY PATTISSON of Britain, sailing his Superdocious, won the first four races of the six-race Flying Dutchman world championship in Naples, Italy, then took a fifth place in the next...