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April 05, 1965
4—Tony Triolo24, 25—Ray Woolfe Jr.26—Central Press28, 29—Tony Triolo (3), upper right, Ray Woolfe Jr.34-39—Neal Borr from Feldon40—Marvin E. Newman67—Jack Sheedy & George Long93-95—WaJr.lter Iooss121—Julianne...
July 12, 1965
Jim Thornton of Royal Oak, Mich., an engineer who races stock cars for fun, drove a 1965 Corvette sedan to a world record 138.46 mph in the factory-experimental ultra-stock-injected category at the American Hot Rod...
August 02, 1965
Yvette Vaucher of Geneva, Switzerland, along with her husband and a local guide, celebrated the centennial of the first successful Matterhorn climb by becoming the first woman ever to climb the sheer and icy north...
March 28, 1966
Taxes were burdensome, and for nine years income was nil, so, said Archie Moore, he was compelled to sell his sylvan training camp in the hill country east of San Diego. In palmier days even Cassius Clay had worked...
October 10, 1966
Jack Wanenmacher, 37, of Cleveland, a marine insurance agent who pioneered the 15-foot Fireball class in the U.S. when he built the first boat three years ago, scored five consecutive firsts to win the first Fireball...