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June 14, 1965
BOWLING—After 68 days of competition among more than 28,500 men and 5,372 teams, the American Bowling Congress tournament in St. Paul closed with TOM HATHAWAY of Los Angeles the all-events winner (1,922 pins). KEN...
May 28, 1956
Victory in sight, Calumet Farm's Fabius, with Jockey Willie Hartack perched high in the saddle, drives for the finish line as vain bid by favored Needles (center) falls short in Preakness (see page 36).
August 22, 1960
Rhythmically swinging red balls to the blare of a polka, thousands of schoolgirls mass inside giant Strahov Stadium (capacity: 250,000) during this summer's Spartakiade. Beneath the triumphant slogan "Socialism has...
August 20, 1956
Plummeting over Moscow's Tushino Airfield, Soviet parachutist falls free of airplane in third annual world championship, won by Czechoslovakia. Young United States team finished sixth.
December 16, 1968 | Janet Graham
Don't give up the idea of skiing in Eastern Europe completely—just keep away from Rumania. Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia and Poland all have good skiing in what must be admitted are fledgling resorts by...