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August 15, 1960
BOATING—A series of accidents postponed the final heat of the Seafair Trophy event for unlimited hydroplanes, but the major casualty of the Seattle race came on the first lap of heat 1B when Mira Slovak (SI, Aug. 8),...
June 27, 1960 | Herbert Warren Wind
With six birdies in seven holes, Arnold Palmer came on with a rush to win the wildest of all U.S. Opens
February 29, 1960
Eugenio Monti, 32, Italian bobsledder who won recent world, U.S. titles, skidded down Lake Placid chute with U.S. Teammate Charlie Pandolph in record 1:10.49 trial run, then added North American title three days later.
June 09, 1958 | Herbert Warren Wind