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August 14, 1961
BOATING—WEATHERLY, Henry D. Mercer's 12-meter yacht skippered by Arthur Knapp Jr., defeated her rivals Easterner and Columbia in five out of six races to win both the Queen's and Astor cups in the New York YC cruise.
August 28, 1961
BOATING—In Europe's sequel to the Miami-Nassau powerboat race—156 miles from Cowes, Isle of Wight, to Torquay—British auto racing driver TOMMY SOPWITH (son of America's Cup challenger T.O.M. Sopwith, who nearly...
January 22, 1962
The 1962 indoor track season will be the biggest ever. In color, the split-second world of baton passers, and from Los Angeles Tex Maule's report on the year's first important meet.
August 06, 1962
BOATING—WEATHERLY, smartly skippered by Bus Mosbacher, sailed well through a strong southwest wind to win the 24-mile Queen's Cup race from Block Island to Newport, R.I. over four other top 12-meter boats. Easterner...