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Israel Took Secret Info on Arabs

WASHINGTON -- The classified military documents Israel allegedly obtained from accused spy Jonathan Jay Pollard dealt with moderate Arab governments

Bucks Prevail; Celtics Face 2-0 Deficit

The Milwaukee Bucks rallied from a 15-point halftime deficit to pull out a 95-91 victory over the Boston Celtics last

Penn, Dartmouth in on Title

PRINCETON, N. J.--Dartmouth quarterback Mike Caraviello threw for 196 yards and three touchdowns, and backup tailback Rich Weissman ran for

Lakers Rout Knicks Easily, 107-96; West Sets Play-off Scoring Record

Los Angeles' Jerry West became the first player in National Basketball Association play-off history to score 4000 career points as

Officials Deny Truce Rumors

A session of the Vietnam peace talks is set for today amid unconfirmed reports that secret contacts are under way

Vietnamese Prepare to Defend Hue; Thousands Are Fleeing From Kontum

South Vietnamese troops formed a new line North of Hue yesterday in an attempt to defend the city against a

Quang Tri Falls; Fighting Goes On As 250,000 Flee

Communist forces yesterday captured Quang Tri, the first provincial capital to fall during their 33-day-old offensive. It was the northernmost

Bruins Beat Blues, 10-2, in Playoffs; Bucyk Three Goals, Westfall Two

Veteran Johnny Bucyk scored three goals and Eddie Westfall contributed a pair as the high-powered Boston Bruins mauled the St.

South Vietnamese Troops Mass For Possible Cambodia Strike

Scores of South Vietnamese were reportedly massing Sunday on both sides of the Cambodian Border. B-52 bombing raids across the

Laborers Balk at Guidelines; General Strike Is Threatened

AFL-CIO leaders voiced mounting criticism yesterday of new federal wage controls in reactions ranging from caution to a call for

Marinaro Leads National Rushing Race

Cornell's Ed Marinaro, who ran for 146 yards in 32 carries in the Big Red's victory over Harvard, held onto