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April 15, 1968 | Curry Kirkpatrick
The Olympic Trials were chiefly distinguished by the absence of 20 of our best college players
December 16, 1968
•Bob Conibear, first-year basketball coach at Bowling Green, who disliked the officiating in his team's 90-88 double-overtime loss to St. Joseph's, describing his sleep that night: "I dreamed I was on a safari in...
January 20, 1969 | Joe Jares
At least eight schools in the Midwest's biggest conference are good enough to play with the best in the country. But the sleeper may be the Fighting Illini, who can't get to the NCAA but can cause trouble
March 24, 1969 | Joe Jares
North Carolina, Purdue and Drake survived stirring quarterfinal rounds for the dubious privilege of trying to prevent an aroused Lew Alcindor and UCLA from winning their third straight NCAA title
March 31, 1969 | Joe Jares
Sharp observers of basketball figured out long ago that 7'1½" Lew Alcindor (see cover) was going to be one of the great net-straighteners of all time. They were so right.