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CHESS—Former world champion BORIS SPASSKY of Russia defeated Lajos Portisch of Hungary 8½-6½ in Geneva and will now meet Viktor Korchnoi for the right to challenge the current titleholder, Anatoly Karpov of the...
February 05, 1968 | Pete Axthelm
Twenty-one years ago no one in the Soviet Union played ice hockey. So the Russians invented it—or at least imported it and stamped it with their personal imprint. Now more than one million people play hockey in...
April 10, 1967 | Eric Whitehead
The U.S. had a goalie to remember, Canada had a goal to forget and Russia was the winner once again
March 20, 1961 | Jack Olsen
In Switzerland Jack Olsen saw Czechoslovakia's upstart hockey team destroy Russia with psychological warfare and come within a whisper of winning the world championship
March 07, 1960 | William Leggett
Before the first puck was dropped at Squaw Valley, experts had selected the two teams which would fight for the 1960 hockey gold medal. One, of course, was Russia, winner at Cortina. The other was Canada. The experts...