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March 11, 1968
BASKETBALL—NBA: PHILADELPHIA (52-17) won its only two games, but the 76ers lost half a game of their five-game Eastern Division lead after BOSTON (48-22) took three straight. Third-place NEW YORK (38-35) beat the...
March 25, 1968
BASKETBALL—NBA: PHILADELPHIA (60-19) won its third Eastern Division title in a row with a 119108 rout of the Knicks. The 76ers lost to the Knicks later in the week but gained two victories over the Bulls and one over...
March 25, 1968 | Gary Ronberg
Hockey's Blues have risen from last place to hot contention with a new coach who had faith in a star-to-be
May 13, 1968 | Pete Waldmeir
Surviving 14 desperate games in the preliminaries, St. Louis' poor little expansion team drew the fearsome Canadiens in the Stanley Cup final—and for openers bashed and skated them into a humiliating overtime
May 20, 1968 | Pete Waldmeir
As Montreal clinched the Stanley Cup final over the amazingly stubborn St. Louis Blues, Coach Toe Blake wistfully announced his retirement (again), and Goalie Lorne (Gump) Worsley exercised a hero's prerogative