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January 05, 1970
Marty Walsh, 17, of Staten Island, N.Y., won his fourth major cross-country championship in 12 days at the Temple University meet. Earlier victories were in the Staten Island Public School, New York City Public...
March 30, 1970 | Ezra Bowen
Scouted by a drinker of lemon extract and signed as a shortstop by the Indians of Fort Qu'Appelle, this part-time mink rancher starred briefly as a pitcher until a thunderstorm struck him out
April 20, 1970
DOWNFALL (CONTD.)Sirs:The halfway decision on Denny McLain and the complete pullout from Seattle should be ample proof that Bowie Kuhn is another stooge for the major league baseball owners. (Appropriately, both...
November 30, 1970
Dr. Steve August of Detroit defeated Gordon Pfeiffer of Seattle 20-21, 21-20, 21-7 in winning the National AAU Four Wall Handball championship played in South Bend, Ind. Neither man had lost a set before reaching the...
March 06, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Chris Evert, 17-year-old tennis champion, after a year of being called things like "teen angel," when asked if she was getting tired of all the emphasis on her youth: "Well, it would be nice if some writer would get...