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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...
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...
April 13, 1964
Danny Bolduc, 10, a center on the Waterville, Me. All-Star Pee Wee hockey team, made seven big goals in three games at the national championships in Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. and was named the tournament's most...
September 23, 1963
Lillian Howard of Brooklyn, a captain at Bermuda's Kindley AFB, landed a 94-pound 8-ounce Allison tuna to top the women's world record for a 20-pound test line. The well-tanned nurse, who is a longtime weekend...
September 09, 1963
Marilyn Greenwood, 17, of Bristol, England won the under-21 championship, four doubles titles, and finished runner-up in the women's singles—all within 10 hours at the North of England tennis championships. Her only...