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June 23, 1958
This well-timed photograph by U.P.I.'s Jerry Taylor caught all kinds of trouble in progress aboard the British cutter Uomie (foreground) last week at the start of the 21st biennial race to Bermuda from Newport, R.I.,...
June 16, 1958 | Ezra Bowen
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...
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...
March 26, 1956
College students get a jump on summer in sports-minded Bermuda, where tennis was introduced to America, Rugby is king and coral beaches afford early tans