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A famous world driving champion discusses the classic curves where men face both the ultimate danger and the supreme excitement of their sport. He also tells how he did his best to win last Sunday's U.S. Grand...
December 16, 1968 | Paul Ress
Every now and then somebody finds an unattached femur or maybe a tibia in the St.-Michel subway station of the Paris Métro and the French tabloids start raising a hue and cry about another unsolved murder. The femur...
July 29, 1968
BICYCLING—After 25 days and 2,937.5 miles, the Tour de France was over and JAN JANSSEN of The Netherlands was the winner by a scant 38 seconds over Belgium's Herman Van Springel. Janssen's overall time was 133 hours...
July 17, 1967 | Tex Maule
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It's better to scramble than lose, says Fran Tarkenton, New York's unorthodox pro quarterback, as he begins the story of his career with an analysis of football's new mobility.