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July 30, 1973
BICYCLING—LUIS OCANA of Spain won the 20-day Tour de France, finishing ahead of France's Bernard Thévenet. Defending champion Eddy Merckx did not compete.
June 25, 1973
COLLEGE BASEBALL—SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA gained its fourth straight NCAA baseball championship, beating Arizona State twice, 3-1 and 4-3, and finishing The College World Series unbeaten (page 50).
October 02, 1972
The U.S. Grand Prix at Watkins Glen, a small hamlet out of harm's way in upstate New York, is the most glamorous international motor race in this country. It is the last of the 12 Formula I events in the world...
September 25, 1972
Heir apparent to the throne vacated by Nebraska is Oklahoma, loser in last year's memorable Game of the Decade. It is none too soon for a check on this year's Sooners.
July 31, 1972
AUTO RACING—BOBBY ALLISON took the lead with 143 miles left and easily won the Dixie 500 stock-car race, in Hampton, Ga. (page 44).