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August 20, 1962
George Cusick, an automobile mechanic from Cambridge, Md., drove his 145-cu.-in. hydroplane, Red Top, to a world record speed of 64.332 mph over a five-mile course during his home town's powerboat regatta, upping the...
October 29, 1962 | Allan Seager
During my first week at Oxford I decided not to go out for any sports in the fall, or Michaclmas, term. My college offered Rugby, soccer, field hockey and something referred to as "the boats." I had never done any of...
December 24, 1962
Phil Hurt, a 6-foot-3 Rollins College sophomore, scored 20 points to lead his team to an 88-66 triumph over Georgia State College, in Winter Park, Fla. It was the Tars' first victory in 35 games and ended their claim...
May 27, 1963
Audrey MacLeod, 11, locally famous as a "real holler guy" in Nevada baseball circles, is the first girl member of her Mayfair school sixth-grade team. The youngster, who gave up ballet for baseball, hopes to carry...
March 23, 1964 | John Lovesey
The discipline and stiff-upper-lip attitude of the Oxford crew when it was swamped during its 1951 race with Cambridge is considered one of Britain's finest sporting moments