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May 29, 1972
If Populism be the mood of the moment, few activities in sport can claim to be more à la mode than powerboating. Any number can play. At present 6.8 million Americans do. For some the lure is simply a chance to be...
October 26, 1970
Mrs. Roberta Harper, 76, teamed up to win the women's and mixed doubles titles of the Trenton (N.J.) Country Club and reached the semifinals of the women's singles. Her first club championship, for women's singles,...
November 05, 1962
Stella Walsh, 50, a spry San Fernando, Calif. track trainer who won Olympic medals in both the 1932 and 1936 Games, proved her theory on staying in condition—never get out of it—as she nimbly outran younger...
October 10, 1960
BASEBALL—MAJOR LEAGUE attendance increased by 4% over 1959, the National League to more than 10½ million, the American to more than 9 million. The Dodgers led all clubs with 2,253,019.
August 22, 1960 | Emmett Watson
Two days of hydro racing end with four hospital cases, three retirements and no real winner