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July 31, 1961
BOATING—After winning the first two races in a week of 12-meter competition on Long Island Sound, Chandler Hovey's Easterner lost three races to Columbia and one to Weatherly. But with three second places, the...
July 31, 1961 | Roy Terrell
Only the logistics were bad as the U.S. continued its successful tour of Europe, making friends, overcoming fatigue and adding victories in Stuttgart and London to the big Moscow conquest
July 03, 1961
MUTINYSirs:I don't know how long it has been since the U.S. Navy changed an admiral because a few seamen rocked the boat, but from last week's evidence it will be a long time before the Navy does it again. The...
June 26, 1961 | Roy Terrell
For the first time in 40 years, the collegiate championships were held on the Atlantic seaboard. Seven records later, everyone—or almost everyone—conceded it wasn't such a bad idea after all
June 05, 1961 | Tex Maule
During a weekend of fine performances in California and New York, Ralph Boston (left) hurled his long, slender body farther than any man before him