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March 20, 1972
FOR SPORT'S SAKESirs:Hallelujah! There is a light in the forest! Until now I was afraid I was the only person who still enjoyed sports for the fun of competition. Your SCORECARD item, "Win, Win, Win" (March 6), has...
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May 09, 1966
Steve Schrader, 10, a Coral Gables, Fla. swimmer, clipped 5.2 seconds off the AAU age group 200-yard freestyle mark and won five other events (100-yard freestyle, 200-yard individual medley, 50-yard backstroke,...
March 11, 1963
The main reason for the visit to West Point last week by 98 cadets of the Royal Military College of Canada was a hockey game. The U.S. won 9-4, a setback Canadian Berny Laliberte (left) accepted with commendable...
November 27, 1961
No, it's Rugby, and the player seemingly trying to murder his opponent is none other than Rhodes Scholar Pete Dawkins, former West Point All-America footballer now in his third year at Oxford. As happens in Rugby,...