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July 03, 1972
BOATING—NORYEMA, a 48-foot sloop owned by Ron Amey and skippered by Ted Hicks, both of England, won the 635-mile Bermuda race (page 18).
April 02, 1973 | Ron Reid
In its grand opening the International Track Association grossed $58,600 but nearly shortchanged 12,280 fans with two almost-abbreviated races
September 13, 1976 | Kenny Moore
GIVEN THAT MAN WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO RUN—OR SWIM—AT THE SPEED OF LIGHT, HOW FAST CAN HE ULTIMATELY GO? ASK DR. JOKL, HE'S GOT NOTHING TO HIDE
October 04, 1976 | Edited by Gay Flood
TOPSPINSir:Thank you for the fine article on Forest Hills (A Duel of Pace and Power, Sept. 20). But isn't the race for No. 1 decided? Since when does one Forest Hills victory on clay for Jimmy Connors equal three...
July 30, 1979 | Lowell Cohn