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August 30, 1965
BOATING Two-man crews of U.S. university students, sailing 12-foot Fireflies for three days on Welsh Harp Lake near London in a best-of-nine-races competition with the British, won the Lipton Cup, 5-1.
February 15, 1965
Smersh! A sudden sickening thud and there was James Bond lying prostrate on the ground. Agent 007 was defenseless, alone in an open field without bulletproof waistcoat, Beretta or miniaturized transmitter. Not to...
January 11, 1965 | Whitney Tower
Santa Anita, a sporting venture founded 30 years ago by a dentist who knew how to treat his clientele, has its grandest opening ever, and in the process establishes itself as America's best racetrack
June 01, 1964
BADMINTON—Defending Champion INDONESIA won the Thomas Cup for the third consecutive time by defeating Denmark 5-4 in a hard-fought, controversial final in Tokyo (see pane 14).
November 20, 1961
Last week's big race at Laurel, Md. was billed as "The Washington D.C. International," but from the moment the foreign-type barrier was lifted, it proved a duel to the death between two Americans. Kelso, the...