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Doug Gallagher, a left-hander undismayed by the loss of his last 10 games, gave the Charlotte Hornets no hits, only two walks (in the same inning), struck out eight as his Knoxville Smokies clinched the semifinal...
February 04, 1963
Mrs. S. L. Mercer, of West Palm Beach, who caught and released two sailfish totaling 75 pounds in the first hours of the West Palm Beach Sailfish Tournament, happily saw her early success turn out to be good enough...
April 08, 1963 | Virginia Kraft
With noses to the ground, Rover and Spot are sniffing toward a new kind of Ph.D.
September 02, 1963 | Virginia Kraft
October 17, 1977 | Edited by Gay Flood
A FEW WHO DAREDSir:Your Oct. 3 issue brought strongly to mind a stirring Latin motto, Audentes fortuna adiuvat—Fortune favors those who dare. The article on the Oklahoma-Ohio State game (Never Too Late for the...