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The featherweight champ steamed and starved and finally made the limit. But there was the well-fed challenger just licking his chops
April 27, 1970 | Pat Putnam
The world title was at stake when Ruben Olivares beat Chucho Castillo, but as far as the bantamweights and their compatriots were concerned the fight decided who was the best little man in Mexico
April 20, 1970
The NBA playoffs pit the league's two biggest men, Alcindor and Chamberlain, against speedy, shifty opponents: Lew versus the Knicks and Wilt versus the Hawks.
September 01, 1969 | Jack Tobin
A swinging Mexican with a ring in his shoe, a car on his mind and one of the hardest left hooks anywhere takes the bantamweight championship from Australian aborigine Lionel Rose at Los Angeles
September 01, 1969
BASEBALL—NATIONALIST CHINA became the third Asian team in succession to win the Little League World Series, shutting out Santa Clara, Calif. 5-0 in Williamsport, Pa.