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July 22, 1968
Winningest pitcher Denny McLain is also one of baseball's most verbose heroes. He could win 30 games, and talk himself into all sorts of trouble. A report by Mark Mulvoy.
January 28, 1957
BOWLINGChicago Falstaffs, over St. Louis Budweisers, by 136 pins, in first 12 games of 24-game series for natl. team match game title, Chicago.
March 31, 1958
BASKETBALL—KILGORE (Texas), over Weber (Utah), 68-57, Natl. Jr. College championship, Hutchinson, Kans.
March 11, 1968 | Ruth Lieder
Seven years ago Lilly Pulitzer, the enterprising daughter of Mrs. Ogden Phipps, opened an orange-juice stand in Palm Beach, Fla. using the oranges from her husband Peter's citrus groves. In order to work in comfort,...
July 10, 1967 | Virginia Kraft
The day that women discovered the rewards of big-game fishing, the rout of man was on. With frightening dedication they have taken over the record book—hook, line and charter captain