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The derby preview evaluates Candy Spots, Never Bend—and No Robbery—while a university professor explains why, win or lose, the mutuels are stacked against the bettor.
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April 29, 1963

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The derby preview evaluates Candy Spots, Never Bend—and No Robbery—while a university professor explains why, win or lose, the mutuels are stacked against the bettor.

The relay season is upon us, bigger and splashier than ever. Tex Maule reports on the annual Mt. San Antonio carnival, which is fast becoming one of the U.S.'s top track meets.

Whirly birds are flying machines that really do not want to fly, unlike airplanes, which do. Bill Mauldin describes the hilarious experiences he had learning to work a helicopter.

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