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September 09, 1957
Mrs. Charles Bethel, member of winning Bahamas team, diligently battled 15-pound Allison tuna for more than half hour before boating it on 12-pound test line during final leg of Bahamas-Bermuda Angling Tournament at...
September 16, 1957 | Clare Boothe Luce
November 11, 1957
Art Asbury, 36-year-old speedboat racer from Oxtongue Lake, Ont., thunderboated Jim Thompson's Rolls Royce-powered Miss Supertest II across foggy Lake Ontario near Picton at 184.499 mph average to break world record...
THE QUESTION: Eastern sailors say the Newport-Bermuda ocean race is the toughest. Do you agree? (Asked of skippers in Trans-Paci
February 10, 1958 | Jimmy Jemail
IRA (PRENT) FULMORSkipper of Criterion Vice-Commodore, Transpacific YCWe think our race to Honolulu is equally tough, but four times as long, which makes it four times more difficult. Certainly any Molokai weather is...
March 03, 1958 | Bill Roach
A putt will roll off-line easier on Bermuda grass than on bent or rye, because it is coarse and grainy. A ball with sidespin will continue to work off-line as it rolls along, while one with topspin will hold its...