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SIDELINES: Holes in one

Enger Park Golf Course: Stan Vee, Duluth, on the 107-yard hole No. 15 on the middle nine Monday using a 9-iron. * Bill Nelson, Duluth, on the 126-yard hole No. 6 on the front nine Monday using a 9-iron. Nemadji Golf Club: Trent Van Damme, Superio...

Enger Park Golf Course: Stan Vee, Duluth, on the 107-yard hole No. 15 on the middle nine Monday using a 9-iron.

* Bill Nelson, Duluth, on the 126-yard hole No. 6 on the front nine Monday using a 9-iron.

Nemadji Golf Club: Trent Van Damme, Superior, on the 176-yard No. 3 East hole Friday using a 4-iron.

1925: Every player in each team's lineup had at least one putout in the Cleveland Indians-New York Yankees game.

1945: Byron Nelson won his 11th consecutive PGA Tour event, beating Herman Barron by four strokes. Nelson finished the year with a record for most tournament wins (18) in a season.

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1982: Joel Youngblood became the only player in major league history to play and get hits for two different teams in two different cities on the same day. In the afternoon, his hit drove in the winning run for the New York Mets in a 7-4 victory at Chicago. After the game, he was traded to the Montreal Expos and played that night in Philadelphia. He entered the game in right field in the fourth inning and later singled.

1985: Tom Seaver, 40, became the 17th 300-game winner in major league history with a six-hitter -- all singles -- as the Chicago White Sox beat the New York Yankees 4-1.

1996: Laura Davies shot a 6-under-par 66 for a two-stroke victory over Nancy Lopez and Karrie Webb in the du Maurier Classic.

1996: The Atlanta Olympic Games ended with U.S. boxer David Reid's stunning gold-medal knockout, and the U.S women's basketball romp over Brazil. Reid captured America's only boxing gold, knocking down Cuban Alfredo Duvergel, while the U.S. women rolled to a 111-87 victory behind Lisa Leslie's 29 points. A record 11,000 athletes from 197 countries made it the biggest Olympics.

2002: Otylia Jedrejczak of Poland broke the world record in the women's 200-meter butterfly, finishing in 2 minutes, 5.78 seconds at the European Swimming Championships in Berlin. She topped the mark of 2:05.81 set by Australian Susan O'Neill in May 2000.

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