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April 11, 1955 | Pat Frank
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April 19, 1965
Allen Trammell, a junior outfielder at the University of Florida, scored three runs and batted in six on a grand slam home run and two doubles, all in one inning (the sixth) in a 25-1 win over the University of...
September 13, 1965 | Robert Cantwell
Each week the Antiquarian Bookman, house organ of rare-book dealers, lists around 15,000 out-of-print, hard-to-locate (and generally expensive) books. There are a good many unexpected sporting books among them....
September 27, 1965 | Alfred Wright
A University of Florida senior, who did not even play golf until forced to give up football and baseball, Bob Murphy chain-smoked cigars to calm his nerves and got hot enough to win the U.S. Amateur
April 22, 1968
Karen Thomas, 4, of Aberavon, South Wales, became the youngest holder of a bronze medal for survival swimming in England when, among other tests, she swam 50 yards wearing pajamas, then undressed in the water and...