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December 23, 1968 | Billy Reed
Football was a flop at the Tournament of Roses in 1902, so to save the day they got a livelier sport: Roman chariot racing
December 23, 1968 | Dan Jenkins
The nation's two top teams, Ohio State and Southern California, get a rare opportunity to settle which is the best as an entire season of undefeated play comes down to their face-to-face clash in Pasadena
May 20, 1968
Gary Johnson, who pitches for the All-Indian Cherokee (N.C.) High School, struck out 22 batters in a seven-inning game as his team edged Robbinsville 4-3. Robbinsville's runs came on two dropped third strikes, two...
February 05, 1968 | Joe Jares
Jerry Tarkanian draws so much basketball talent to his California junior college that four straight titles are only part of his achievement. He is the chief reason the JCs are a potent factor in the sport
December 04, 1967 | Mervin Hyman
THE BOWLSThe shopping for postseason bowl attractions is over. Despite some notable omissions, such as Army (8-1) and Syracuse (8-2)—one banned by the Pentagon, the other by its own choice—all the spots are filled....