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March 25, 1968
John Price, 11, a 4'8" swimmer from Harrisburg, Pa., scored 10 consecutive triple victories in dual meets during the indoor season to set an Eastern Pennsylvania YMCA regional record. John's wins were in the...
March 18, 1968
TIPOFFSirs:Resentment dominated my first reaction to the statements regarding the Eastern College Athletic Conference and myself as its commissioner contained in your SCORECARD item, "In a Fix" (March 4). This...
March 11, 1968
Joseph Gavin, a sixth grader at St. Gabriel School in the Bronx, N.Y. won a CYO foul-shooting contest with 23 of 25 and is the leading playmaker for his once defeated basketball team. In baseball Joe hit .420 and was...
January 29, 1968
Phillipe Cousteau, the 27-year-old son of French Oceanographer Jacques Cousteau, is trying, like his father, to document life in the sea. Jacques does it the hard way, but Phillipe is going him one better—or one...
January 22, 1968
Nick Ghawi, who was born in Israel and now attends George Williams College (Ill.) on a YMCA scholarship, served as captain and center-forward on the Indians' soccer team during the past season and established a team...