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Joseph Casucci, a sophomore center-forward who is a native of Rome, Italy but now lives in Ontario, set two Niagara University soccer records by scoring four goals and also being credited with six assists as Niagara...
April 20, 1970 | Edited by Martin Kane
•Abe Lemons, Oklahoma City University basketball coach, on why he does not have a curfew for his athletes: "When you have a curfew, it's always your star who gets caught."
March 03, 1969 | Herman Weiskopf
December 04, 1967
Boston's bold Bruins, led by Bobby Orr, are the wonders of a mad hockey season. Pete Axthelm tells why they are patsies no more, and the color camera records spirited action.
February 06, 1967 | Curry Kirkpatrick
Stirring more interest at some colleges than the varsity, basketball's freshman teams include some unusually able players. One is a champion baton-twirler, another is called a Houdini with the ball