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August 09, 1971
David Cohen, 10, of Blauvelt, N.Y., pitched eight no-hitters in a 10-game Little League season, struck out 108 batters, had an ERA of 0.18 and a batting average of .609. He was chosen for the All-Star team, pitched...
January 25, 1971 | Hugh D. Whall
Just as everybody wants in, the host yacht club may want out
December 07, 1970 | Samuel Carter III
Nathanael Herreshoff, the Wizard of Bristol, is conceded by many to have been this country's finest yacht designer and is the only one to have produced boats for five successful defenses of the America's Cup. But...
September 07, 1970 | Dan Levin
As Horacio Iglesias (above) will testify, marathon swimming just doesn't pay, but it's steady work
July 13, 1970
BOXING—SHOZO SAIJO recovered from a first-round knockdown to win a 15-round split decision over Frankie Crawford of Los Angeles and retain his WBA featherweight title in a bout at Sendai, Japan.