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June 10, 1974
BASKETBALL—The U.S. National team routed the Finnish squad 110-76 in Helsinki to end its 23-day tour with an 8-3 record, going 6-3 against the Russians and winning both games in Finland.
August 12, 1974 | Ron Reid
The tariff is $11, but heavyweight champion George Foreman will meet his beauty parlor's price if he decides to wear his hair in braids when he goes to Zaire—as if Muhammad Ali could care. Foreman, who has tried...
September 02, 1974
BASEBALL—TAIWAN, the Far East representative, won its fourth consecutive Little League World Championship, defeating Red Bluff, Calif. 12-1 in the final game, at Williamsport, Pa. (page 40).
October 21, 1974 | Mark Mulvoy
1. BOSTON BRUINS. Though the Bruins were embarrassed by Philadelphia in the Stanley Cup finals, over an 80-game season Bobby Orr, Phil Esposito and friends will be too powerful too often for the enemy. "Let's face...
October 21, 1974
BOATING—George Henley of Eatonville, Wash., driving Dave Heerensperger's hydroplane Pay 'N Pak, set a course lap record of 114.796 mph and swept all three heats to win the 27th Annual Unlimited Hydroplane Regatta at...