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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...
August 03, 1987
JULIE COLLINSCASEY, ILL.Julie, 18, threw nine no-hitters and fanned 380 batters in 174 innings to lead Casey-Westfield High to the Class A state softball final. There she lost the first game of her four-year, 57-1...
October 17, 1983 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Howard Schnellenberger, University of Miami football coach, asked whether he'd consider jumping to the USFL if he were offered a $1 million-a-year deal: "You mean you want me to take a pay cut just because we lost...
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."
November 24, 1958
Nanita Greene, 21-year-old University of Miami senior from Rockwood, Tenn., captivated judges with a fetching smile and 36-23-36½ statistics, was chosen queen of the 1959 Orange Bowl.