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August 28, 1961
BOATING—In Europe's sequel to the Miami-Nassau powerboat race—156 miles from Cowes, Isle of Wight, to Torquay—British auto racing driver TOMMY SOPWITH (son of America's Cup challenger T.O.M. Sopwith, who nearly...
August 25, 1958 | Martin Kane
Boyd, Beecham, Jordan and Godih are the best TV can offer right now, but Labor Day will open a brighter era
July 14, 1958
BASEBALL—MAJOR LEAGUES reached All-Star break with New York Yankees threatening to sprint out of sight in American League while Milwaukee Braves were balancing on ropes in National League.
June 30, 1958 | Martin Kane
Light heavyweight Jesse Bowdry is expected to explode against Jerry Luedee at Louisville July 4, and Ike Logart takes on a West Coast puncher two days before
March 31, 1958
Up for the big one, Oxford's varsity oarsmen grimly lay to it, stroke with upright American style as they plow through the wind-whipped Thames in practice drill for April 5 race with Cambridge.