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August 02, 1965 | Garry Valk
Among the million or more boat owners mentioned in the introduction to our special powerboating package this week (page 21) there are a fair number from the editorial staff of this magazine. But there is one among us...
July 26, 1965
Mary Ann Noah, a Fairway, Kans. housewife and mother of four, flew a 160-hp Piper Cherokee airplane to victory in the Powder Puff Derby, by traveling from El Cajon, Calif. to Chattanooga, Tenn. at an average ground...
June 14, 1965 | Jack Nicklaus
May 17, 1965
BASKETBALL—San Francisco and New York, the last-place teams in the two NBA divisions, split the first four choices in the 1965 draft. The Knicks took Princeton's BILL BRADLEY, a territorial pick, and DAVE STALLWORTH...
May 03, 1965 | Hugh Whall
Navy's 44-foot yawls (below) are really ocean racers, but they are enough alike to provide a brisk round-robin regatta for 10 college crews