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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...
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...
January 15, 1962 | Winston S. Churchill
A lusty chip off England's finest old block demonstrates the versatility and verve of his famous grandsire as he captains the Oxford ski team to victory in its annual race against Cambridge at Zürs, Austria. Despite...
December 18, 1961
Earl Lunsford, 200-pound Calgary (Alta.) fullback, became the first player in Canadian pro football to carry the ball for more than a mile in a single season, with a total of 1,794 yards. This broke the mark set in...
June 19, 1961
BASEBALL—EAST CAROLINA (Greenville, N.C.), forced into a playoff when Sacramento State blasted it 14-5, returned refreshed after a 20-minute rest to beat the California team 13-7 and take the NAIA championship at...