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September 05, 1955
In the 1890's when bicycle racing was a national sport, the fastest amateur on the boards was Charles M. Murphy, a slim, wiry young man with a blond mustache shaped like the handlebars of his Tribune racing bike....
September 07, 1959
MME. Jacqueline Auriol, daughter-in-law of ex-president of the French Republic, Vincent Auriol, and women's world airspeed record holder, flew French jet at twice the speed of sound, about 1,350 mph.
May 21, 1962
The first Intercollegiate Elephant Race Meeting in human history—and perhaps the last—ended last week in this plod-away victory by Harvard's 4½-ton entry Sonita, Joe Russin up. The meet, in Fullerton, Calif.,...
May 03, 1965
GOLFERS, A AND BSirs:Thank you for the shrewd article, All Alone at the Top (April 19), which presumed to prove conclusively that Jack Nicklaus has taken Arnie's crown. We look forward to similar articles when Billy...
November 01, 1971
It is Fitting that in cross-country the team with the least number of points wins. Fitting, because the sport's advocates outdo one another in extolling its Thoreauvian virtues—purity, simplicity, rusticity. One has...