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Doubting fellow drivers may call him a plodder, but the quiet Australian, who led the rich U.S. Grand Prix before dropping out with mechanical difficulties, has now won his third world racing championship
June 22, 1964 | Kenneth Rudeen
Reforms in the 500 are certain to include better fuel tanks and limits on their size, but gasoline is unlikely to be prohibited despite some stiff opposition. The track might be widened somewhat to ease pileup dangers
April 27, 1964
BASEBALL—There were signs that things were going to be different this season: Sandy Koufax lost a game; the NEW YORK YANKEES (1-3) failed to hit a home run and got off to their worst start since 1930; the NEW YORK...
June 26, 1961
If the sports celebrities assembled for this unique group portrait appear to be frozen in apprehension, it might be because Alfred Arthur Rouse, the Blazing Car Murderer, and George Joseph Smith, infamous killer of...
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