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May 21, 1962
BOATING—CHEERIO, 8-meter sloop owned by Richard Bradley of San Diego, crossed the line third behind the first official finisher. Lain Kai, a 46-foot catamaran, but won the 125-mile Newport-to-Ensenada ocean race in...
January 07, 1963
AUTO RACING—GRAHAM HILL, a placid. 33-year-old Londoner, became the world driving champion by winning the South African Grand Prix in East London, a windswept course that fronts the Indian Ocean. For three-quarters...
August 12, 1963
ARCHERY—After suffering her first loss in 16 consecutive tournaments, at the world championships in Helsinki, NANCY VONDERHEIDE (SI, Aug. 5) regained her aim and won the 79th Women's National Archery Association...
August 26, 1963
BASEBALL—After talking about it with his wife for the "last two or three years," STAN MUSIAL, 42, finally decided to retire as an active major-leaguer. When he plays his last regular season game on September 29...