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May 17, 1965
Mickey Schad, University of Miami sophomore, took both the singles and doubles titles at the Florida Intercollegiate Tennis Championships in Cape Coral. His opponent in the singles final, second-seeded Frank Tutvin...
June 27, 1966
BASEBALL—OHIO STATE defeated Oklahoma Slate 8-2 in the finals to win its first NCAA championship in Omaha. Named outstanding player of the College World Series was the Buckeyes' STEVE ARLIN, who beat top-ranked USC...
September 28, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
•Carl DePasqua, Pitt football coach, on team discipline: "Football is not a democracy. There's nothing to debate. The players can debate in political science class."
January 19, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Bill Lee, Boston Red Sox pitcher, on his current visit to mainland China: "Now I'll get to see the real Big Red Machine."
August 15, 1977
JANA ANGELAKISPEABODY, MASS.Fifteen-year-old Jana, the AFLA's under-19 women's foil champion, was the youngest finalist to place as high as fifth in the 65-year history of U.S. Women's Foil Championships. Her team...