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March 30, 1970
While UCLA was psyching out the NCAA and Marquette was sewing up the NIT, a game between Las Vegas show girls and some airline stewardollies gave basketball a new shape—and a lot bigger gate
August 17, 1970
ARCHERY—JOE THORNTON, 53, of Tahlequah, Okla., the 1961 world champion, set an American round competition record on the final day to win the men's title at the National Archery Championship at Miami University in...
October 15, 1973
Dr. Lenny Bloom, the part-time orthodontist and full-time operator who owns the San Diego Conquistadors, spent most of the summer trying to wrest a star center from two of basketball's firmest grasps. First, to Bill...
January 28, 1974
PRO BASKETBALL—ABA: The Bird is on the wing in San Antonio and there is no telling how high William (Bird) Averitt will go. He soared for 72 points in three games as the third-place Spurs won twice and remained half...
April 22, 1974
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: It ended in bedlam: Buffalo's Bob McAdoo fouled Boston Guard Jo Jo White in the last second of the frenetic sixth playoff game with the score tied at 104. White hit both free throws after the...