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Sports in History
Transcript of Sports in History
Detroit Country Day School Happenings of 1960-70 March 2, 1962
The Golden StateWarriors vs. New York Knicks
Wilt Chamberlain was on the Warriors at the time
Wilt Chamberlain makes 100 points in a single game against the Kniks
Wilt holdes 72 different NBA records
Here are some of them:
Most points in a single game: 100
Most points in a rookie season: 2,707
Most games in a career with 50 or more points: 118
Most rebounds in a single gsme: 55
Most rebounds in a career: 23,924 Wilt Chamberlain scores 100 Miracle Mets The New York Mets became a team in 1962.
They had one of the worst records in the MLB. Winning only 40 out of their 160 games. The New York Mets started to get better though, and they ended up getting in the 1969 World Series and they won! This was an amazing comeback in baseball history; a loosing team to winning a World Series, truly amazing. Mets in 1969 The 196 Superbowl This Superbowl took place at Philadelphia's Franklin Field. The Green Bay Packers vs. home town Eagles. Nether of them have been in the Superbowl for a decade. The score 17-13 at the 1st half. It was a few seconds to the end of the game when Starr the quarter back threw a pass to Jim Taylor on the Ravens who went for a touchdown but Chuck Bednarik on the Green Bay Packers wrestled him to the ground and won the Superbowl for the Ravens. Citations
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Archive & annotate pageSi.com. Time Warner, n.d. Web. 5 Mar. 2013. <http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/
content.3.html>. Berman, Len. The Greatest Moments in Sports. Naperville: Sourcebooks
Jabberwocky, 2009. Print. 1960 Track and Field Olympics Wilma Rudolph won gold medals in 100 meters, 20 meters, and the 400 meter relay in the 1960s Olympics. She had polio as a child and she was told that she could only walk with a leg brace. She also suffered from scarlet fever, whooping cough, chickenpox, and measles she over came all of these and was a high school basketball star and a college track star at Tennessee State University. She broke an Olympic record and she became the fastest women in history. The Fifties Web - Your Retro 50s, 60s and 70s Source. Michael Rich, n.d. Web. 10
Mar. 2013. <http://www.fiftiesweb.com/pop/sports60-olymsum.htm>. This was the first Olympics to ever be televised Sports in History