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May 14, 1990 | Compiled by Tim Crothers
PRO BASKETBALL—In the first round of the NBA playoffs the Mailman didn't deliver on Sunday. In the deciding game of the Jazz-Suns best-of-five series, Utah's Karl Malone missed several key shots down the stretch,...
February 05, 1990 | Compiled by Richard O'Brien
PRO BASKETBALL—Led by the scoring heroics of Karl Malone (page 9), the Jazz dominated three games—by an average score of 120-93-and ran its winning streak to nine. After coasting through a 102-94 win over the...
January 05, 1981 | E.M. Swift
Even the Queen couldn't contain herself when the Winnipeg Jets ended their 30-game winless streak
January 21, 1980 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Red Smith, The New York Times' sports columnist, on what he intended to do about the fact that his editor had killed a column in which he urged that the U.S. boycott the Olympics: "I'll write about the infield fly...
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...