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March 15, 1971 | David Lampe
Claude Grahame-White failed to win the £10,000 prize offered by Lord Northcliffe, but the race he lost to a Frenchman taught the world a whole lot about "aeroplane aviation"
January 04, 1971 | Clement Freud
The former got lots of the latter when Oxford and Cambridge met Egypt in a more or less titanic struggle, after which a sporting question arose: How many saw the belly dancer's scar? This English writer vows he...
December 21, 1970 | John Fowles
The celebrated author of 'The French Lieutenant's Woman' takes a far-from-fictional look at the dour role of man in nature, argues on behalf of backyard laziness and places the fate of God's world in hands that...
November 23, 1970 | Whitney Tower
When a couple of U.S. tracks featured international races—one old, one new—horses from the host country won both. The real winners, however, may be long-neglected devotees of the steeplechase
November 02, 1970 | Pat Ryan
Trophies, those shiny artifacts of sport, often have checkered histories. But be their past one of theft, fire, burial or deceit, the winners who receive them always glory...IN THEIR CUPS