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April 25, 1966
Madmen of the deep, the ocean powerboat racers are heading over the waves from Miami to Nassau once more. Hugh Whall will be on hand to watch them sink or swim.
March 07, 1966
NONMAILSirs:Bil Gilbert's attack on the "nonsport" of skiing (A No-Snow Slope to Nonsport, Feb. 21) was especially cute. It has made all of us southern skiers of the Potomac River basin extremely regretful that we...
August 23, 1965
WASTED ENERGYSirs:After watching our performance in the U.S.-U.S.S.R. track meet, I would like to offer a few comments of my own. Our defeat was no disaster in itself. The usual post-Olympic letdown and our injuries...
August 02, 1965 | Garry Valk
Among the million or more boat owners mentioned in the introduction to our special powerboating package this week (page 21) there are a fair number from the editorial staff of this magazine. But there is one among us...
July 26, 1965
Powerboating is a sport that attracts millions of Americans. In a 21-page package Hugh Whall writes about the world's finest and most expensive sport-fishing craft and the family that builds them; Bob Ottum tells the...