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June 10, 1968
Little Matthew Kennedy, 3, has an inconvenient allergy, considering the interests of his particular family. He reacts to horses. After riding, his brothers and sisters must shower and change before they enter the...
September 18, 1967
New York's Mayor John Lindsay walks, bicycles, boxes and plays tennis, baseball and football with his constituents, all with a considerable degree of at least political success. Last week another politician who tried...
June 05, 1967
Soccer is not the line of work in which President de Gaulle and Boston's Richard Cardinal Cushing have been engaged for the last 50 years, nor has baseball been Conductor Leopold Stokowski's particular pursuit, but...
April 24, 1967 | Gerard O'Connor
If you know, he probably isn't camp—but that's your problem. The thing is, sport is as camp as anything
August 15, 1966
While Charles de Gaulle kept the rest of the country under his thumb, French Premier Georges Pompidou, supposedly on holiday, put his big toe to work (below) and pensively dribbled a soccer ball through the Breton...