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May 08, 1995 | Edited by Alexander Wolff And Christian Stone
Paul Henderson, president of the International Yacht Racing Union, complained that sailors competing in the 1996 Summer Olympics will not be granted "luxury accommodations" during their stay in Savannah.
October 09, 1972 | Mark Mulvoy
Three astonishing game-winning goals by a mystery man gave the Canadians a narrow victory over Russia in their historic series, thus retrieving a measure of dignity for some anguished icemen
February 12, 1973 | Jim Rutherford
That's me down there on my knees to your left, peeking out between players, the little masked man in search of a puck. What I'm really doing—honestly—is checking out the color of the socks on all the legs around me....
March 26, 1973 | Ken Dryden
October 29, 1973 | Mark Mulvoy
To arrest its ignominious backward slide, Toronto has daringly reached out to Europe for fresh talent—and has discovered that its imports not only can take the NHL's punishment but can dish it out as well