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September 01, 1969
Jackie Mattingly, who holds every girls' running record in Louisville's grade schools, qualified for a second straight year to race in the U.S. Youth Games in Washington. She ran a 27.5 220 and anchored the winning...
November 11, 1968 | Garry Valk
Sam Toperoff, who wrote The Mafia at Saratoga (page 58), is a gentle man, a connoisseur of 19th century American writers, old furniture—and horses. Horse racing makes strange stallfellows, and though there are no...
May 31, 1965 | Robert Cantwell
The Canadians, strengthened with recent Olympians, came down in force. In front of absolutely no one, they edged their U.S. hosts as shins got whacked smartly and players of both countries howled in outraged pain
April 29, 1963
Wayne Breck, Phoenix insurance man, speaks seven languages but could find words in none after winning the 46th Southwestern Golf Association championship. To win, Wayne had to beat former Arizona Champion Dick...
January 10, 1955