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May 20, 1974
Phil Partridge, 63, a civil engineer from New York City, set world age-group records in all five throwing events (discus, shotput, javelin, hammer and 35-pound weight) in one day at a Masters meet in Raleigh, N.C.,...
May 18, 1970
Don Campbell, a 6'2", 190-pound lefthander for Western Montana College, twice pitched doubleheader wins to run his four-ear mark to 23-0. And in 51 innings as starter and reliever, the sinkerball specialist has not...
January 19, 1970 | Frank Deford
History's first regional franchise-which means that it plays a regular schedule in several 'home' cities-sprang from the brow of a Sports Illustrated writer two years ago. Its success may change the map of pro...
April 21, 1969
Leonard Turner, a 9.7 sprinter for Dunbar High School in Dayton, caught 13 touchdown passes last season and won a scholarship to Kent State, where he will major in music. He got a superior rating in the state music...