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The manipulations of Bear Bryant, along with a premature date for making matchups, explain why some of the traditional games lack their usual glitter while at least one of the newer ones promises to be a fiesta
August 13, 1973
Holly Martino, 12, of McKeesport, Pa., picked up four gold medals and one silver in gymnastics and a bronze in trampoline at a Junior Olympics contest in Pittsburgh. She placed first in the all-around gymnastics and...
December 21, 1970
Wayne Carpenter, a policeman in Ogden, Utah, was chosen Most Valuable Offensive Player after rushing for 146 yards and one touchdown in leading his team to a 9-8 victory over the Salt Lake City Police Department in...
May 18, 1970
Don Campbell, a 6'2", 190-pound lefthander for Western Montana College, twice pitched doubleheader wins to run his four-ear mark to 23-0. And in 51 innings as starter and reliever, the sinkerball specialist has not...