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July 20, 1964
BOATING—Skipper HARRY C. (Bud) MELGES JR. of Zenda, Wis. and Crewman Dr. William Bentsen of Beloit, Wis. sailed Widgeon to victory in the Flying Dutchman class Olympic trials on Sandy Hook Bay, N.J. The three-time...
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...
April 30, 1962
VIVE LES GIRLSSirs:Congratulations on your much improved covers: Francine Bréaud (Dec. 25), Joan Hannah (Feb. 5) and now Donna de Varona (April 16). Please keep it up.BILL FITZPATRICKPlattsburgh, N.Y.
April 02, 1962
BADMINTON—MRS. JUDY DEVLIN HASHMAN of Baltimore defeated Ursula Smith 11-4, 11-0 in the finals of the All-England Women's Championships in London to win the title for the sixth time in the last nine years.
August 21, 1961 | George Walsh
As swimming workouts get tougher, the girls keep getting younger. At the national meet last week, a new young gang made things miserable for retiring champion Chris von Saltza