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Following the example of other pro sports, an upstart league is betting $2 million it can swipe Bobby Hull from the established NHL and hack it out on the ice in a test of the continent's hockey hunger
March 17, 1975
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: When Portland won its sixth straight, an 88-82 decision over Chicago, the Midwest leader, it was a case of the Trail Blazers playing the Bulls' game—defense. In one seven-game stretch Chicago...
October 20, 1975
BOATING—ROCKY AOKI, of New York, averaging 76.7 mph, slammed his 35-foot Cigarette Banihana Spirit to victory in the 183-mile Miami-Nassau powerboat race, arriving 31 minutes ahead of the fleet and scratching six...
June 07, 1976
BOXING—MUHAMMAD ALI retained his world heavyweight title with a fifth-round TKO of England's gallant Richard Dunn in Munich. Ali, weighing in at 220, knocked the 206½-pound Dunn down five times before the referee...
August 08, 1977
BOATING—BILL MUNCEY drove his unlimited hydroplane Atlas Van Lines at an average speed of 114.869 mph to win his sixth Gold Cup victory at Tri-cities, Wash., beating Mickey Remund in Miss Budweiser. Muncey's...