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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...
March 29, 1965 | Mark Kram
A middle-aged forward named Ullman scored most of Detroit's goals and a youngster named Crozier stopped the other team's, but it was the hoariest old men in hockey who really put the Red Wings over the top
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Once again the autumnal ice floes have drifted down on urban sports arenas and another hockey season has begun. But this year the ice could be warmed by unaccustomed competition. For the first time in a long while...