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July 20, 1981 | Philip G. Howlett
In her article about the yawl Santana, which begins on page 52, Sarah Pileggi observes that had architects Tom and Ted Eden not restored the old boat, Santana would today be only a glorious memory—in Pileggi's mind,...
December 02, 1974 | Jonathan Yardley
Scads of books about sport have been published during 1974, and choosing among them for holiday gift-giving is no easy task. Here, in hopes of making things a bit less difficult, is a list of those of particular merit.
March 30, 1970 | Ezra Bowen
Scouted by a drinker of lemon extract and signed as a shortstop by the Indians of Fort Qu'Appelle, this part-time mink rancher starred briefly as a pitcher until a thunderstorm struck him out
August 25, 1969
Arnie is 40 and, even worse, his hip hurts so much he can't play. A gallery of color photos, along with a touching tribute by Dan Jenkins, salute the glory days of Arnold Palmer.
March 03, 1969
WINTERKILLSirs:Having overcome the nausea which hit me after reading about the hunting of foxes with airplane and snowmobile (Snarling Tractors and No Tallyho, Feb. 17), several thoughts came to mind. It is unsound...