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Sempé, whose drawings grace these pages, has the gift of seeing things simply and clearly, and the ability to present what he sees with great charm and humor, without malice or pretension. The result is delightful...
November 19, 1973 | William Leggett
Her real name is Dahlia, she is just a little French, but she is a lot of horse with regal credentials. The first filly ever to win the Washington D.C. International, she held back on a slow pace, and then she went vroom
June 29, 1970
The experts insist it is no more dangerous than, say, skiing—and what better way to get down a stream than churning along crazily in canoe and kayak? After seeding recognition for years, the sport has at last been...
February 09, 1970 | Clive Gammon
If you can translate the above battle cry (Wales Forever!) you are a scholar—and a patriot. If you can shout about it you will be welcome in any pub in Cardiff or Swansea—or even in a Paris café on the eve of a...
February 19, 1968
The Winter Olympics' first week was crash-crash-crash for U.S. Alpine skiers as Jim Barrows (shown spinning toward a shocking fall) and seven other men and women hit the snow. Meanwhile, France's Jean-Claude Killy...