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
TO THE RIGHT, TO THE LEFT, HOLD IT!
When the U.S. Golf Association hosts the Open, as it will next week in Tulsa, its officials are lords of all they survey, measuring out a heady dose of trouble by ...
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 ...