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May 02, 1960
Paavo Kotila, 32-year-old farmer from Veteli, Finland, earns victory-wreath after outstriding 166 other long-distance runners in 26-mile Boston marathon. "After the first five miles it was easy," said a jaunty Kotila.
June 18, 1962
GOLF—GENE LITTLER, the stoic from California, stroked a five-under-par 67 in the final round of the $100,000 Thunderbird tournament on the Upper Montclair (N.J.) course to win golf's biggest cash prize. $25,000, and...
September 12, 1966 | Pat Ryan
A group of Springfield, Ohio businessmen decided to put up the biggest prize in the history of women's golf, and suddenly the best ladies in the game found they could play better than they had dreamed
September 02, 1968 | Curry Kirkpatrick
The course was almost a washout, but the pro girls got their money
May 18, 1970
BASKETBALL—NBA: The injured Willis Reed hobbled out onto Madison Square Garden's court for the decisive seventh game—providing the inspiration for the NEW YORK KNICKS to bomb the Los Angeles Lakers for the title,...