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September 24, 1973
"I signed Bobby Orr to his longest contract yet—till death do them part," noted the Rev. Robert A. Crooks, coach and manager of St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Bobby's hometown, Parry Sound, Ontario. For a man who...
January 11, 1971 | Walter Bingham
You name the event—table tennis, coin pitching, backward running or a whole decathlon of trivial skills—and Eddie Kantar will take you on. He is probably the
July 06, 1970 | Walter Bingham
First they were the Dallas Aces, then the U.S. Aces, and now the world is theirs after they easily beat the best bridge teams from three continents. It was America's first victory in 16 years
May 11, 1970
The starting field of what may be the world's most grueling rally, the 16,000-mile World Cup from London through Europe to Rio de Janeiro (via ship) to the finish line in Mexico City, included a couple of...
December 15, 1969
Last year, despite rigorous training under the eye of a Canadian Football League veteran, Prime Minister Trudeau flubbed the kickoff of the Grey Cup classic—the ball sailed five feet, rolled five more (SI, Dec. 9,...