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December 09, 1974 | Pat Jordan
Nicaraguans believe they were thrown a changeup in St. Petersburg by the U.S. organizers and thereby deprived of the world amateur title
May 20, 1974
ARCHERY—ARIZONA STATE won the men's U.S. intercollegiate team championship at DeLand, Fla., with the Sun Devils' Steve Lieberman regaining the individual crown. SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY secured the women's team title,...
March 04, 1974 | Dan Levin
In St. Petersburg a grand band of ancients—none younger than 75—believes there is a lot more to the national pastime than passing time. These men hit and run, field and throw, and sometimes rage, as if their lives...
February 04, 1974 | Hugh D. Whall
If early foot counts for anything in this America's Cup year, score points for Ted Turner, helmsman of the 12-meter Mariner now abuilding as a potential cup defender. First the salty Atlantan defeated this...
January 28, 1974 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer