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May 16, 1966
BOATING—WARREN BROWN of Bermuda out-sailed Arthur Knapp of Manhasset, N.Y. to win two out of three International One-Design races for the King Edward VII Gold Cup at the Bermuda International Race Week. It was the...
June 14, 1965 | Jack Nicklaus
January 20, 1964 | Paul Stewart
Jet travel has brought Bermuda almost as close (two hours from New York) as a train ride from the suburbs to a big-city department store. And an astute shopper can just about make up the plane fare (and have a sunny...
September 30, 1963 | Jack Olsen
GETTING THERE: If you too want to catch a wahoo, there are daily jets from New York to Bermuda by PanAm and Eastern (first-class round trip $162, economy $120). BOAC has a $95 jet-prop special leaving Idlewild on...
June 18, 1962 | Arthur Zich
A thin-skinned yawl with an ingenious steel skeleton is coming into the Bermuda race with a reputation as a winner—and a rule-beater