Showing 1 - 10 of 11 Stories for FC Bayern
MOTORIZED HANG GLIDERS ARE HERE, BUT THE HANG-UP IS IN THE ASSEMBLY
Volmer Jensen of Glendale, Calif. is the ultimate backyard tinkerer. Now 67, he has devoted a lifetime to designing and building planes.
The good old days revisited
To the cry of 'Let's go, An-ge-lo!' minor league ball is back in Jersey City
It was a hell of a win for the Devils
Arizona State's doughty band of U.S. kids withstood the hordes of veteran foreigners and scraped and scrambled to their first NCAA title
Clem Cakes: breakfast of champions
Fueled by 'Clem' Chapman's pancakes, Cornell beat Penn for the Varsity Cup
The Freight pulled in late
In the first serious confrontation for 3-year-old trotters, the favorite had alibis for his loss, and the winner's time established his credentials for the Hambletonian
It's easy come, easy go
Slow pitch, the game in which a player is as likely to swat as not, has gone pro. Ex-major-leaguers get most of the bucks, but unknowns get most of the belts
THEY'RE KNOCKING THE STUFFING OUT OF IT
While the batters have a ball and pitchers are bawling, tests show that the new baseball is certainly no turtle.
ALL FOR ONE SURE BEATS ONE FOR ALL
Dr. J was his usual outasight, but one man can't beat five, particularly when five men play like one, as Portland did to win the NBA title.
IF ONLY LUCK WILL BE A LADY
Luck is an odd thing. People sometimes say, "I'd rather be lucky than good anytime," but they don't mean it. For to credit luck—as in being born under a lucky star ...