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YESLooking for tingling TV drama? How about 65 characters with storylines that change by the minute. If Alfred Hitchcock were alive, his set would have been tuned to the tournament for the past month. "Drama is life...
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Indianapolis pits Ford against Offenhauser power and pole man A. J. Foyt against a bristling field of top 500 drivers. A report in depth by Kim Chapin, illustrated in color.