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September 20, 1976 | Herman Weiskopf
WOODIE FRYMAN: Montreal's rejuvenated hurler, who had one complete game all year, went the route to beat Pittsburgh 1-0, saved a win over St. Louis and, with one day's rest, again went all the way to stop the Bucs 4-2.
April 28, 1975 | Barry McDermott
Even in a victory celebration the Spirits of St. Louis perform like a team not quite old enough to be spanked. After the brash young Spirits had beaten the strut out of the New York Nets last week no one poured an...
March 31, 1975 | Larry Keith
It has been said a thousand times of a thousand different rookies: of Clint Hartung and Johnny Bench, of Dave Nicholson and Tom Seaver. Last week St. Louis Manager Red Schoendienst said it of Keith Hernandez. "We...
April 09, 1973
BOWLING—JIM GODMAN outrolled Barry Asher 224-200 to win the $125,000 Firestone Tournament of Champions in Akron (page 94).
August 28, 1972 | Coles Phinizy
In the blistering heat of St. Louis, 18-year-old Mary Budke, helped by "little gifts from on high," won the U.S. Women's Amateur title