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February 08, 1965 | J. A. Maxtone Graham
It was a raw and windy day in the autumn of 1954. A party of sportsmen waited in skillfully built blinds near the estuary of the Slaney River, close to Wexford on the southeast tip of the Irish coast. Among them was...
October 13, 1969
Richard Wallingford, a West Forks, Me. lumberman, guided his draft-horse team, Buster and Sam, as they pulled 12,400 pounds 55 inches in one continuous draw to win the international horse pull at the Cumberland Fair,...
July 23, 1979
Nothing but bad luck is what U.S. pros have had when the British Open is played at Royal Lytham and St. Annes. Not one has ever won it there, but five former Open winners are among the Americans clubbing at the jinx....
January 21, 1985
SCOTT FRYSANDUSKY, OHIOScott, a senior at Perkins High School, won the boys' title during the Sixth Annual Kinney Cross Country Championship in San Diego. His course-record 14:50.0 on the 5,000-meter Balboa Park...
March 18, 1985
TOM MESKANWASHINGTONMeskan, 28, a lobbyist for the National Association of Realtors and a center for the Washington Blazers in the National Novice Hockey League, made a shorthanded hat trick in a two-minute penalty...