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July 10, 1961 | Roger Williams
GETTING THERE: The big steamer, S.S. Catalina, leaves weekdays at 9:45 a.m. from Wilmington. Phone MGRS. Inc. (NE 6-4711) in Los Angeles. Other steamers leave daily from Long Beach at 9:30 a.m., from Balboa at 9:45...
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...
September 04, 1961
BASEBALL—In a dramatic finish EL CAJON (Calif.) defeated El Campo (Texas) 4-2 to win the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa. Monterrey (Mexico) defeated Hawaii 4-0 for third place. More than 450,000...
September 11, 1961
Sylvie Hulsemann, a 17-year-old Luxembourg girl, won women's over-all title at the world water ski championships in Long Beach, Calif. Miss Hulsemann placed first in tricks, second in jumps and tied for second in the...
June 25, 1962
John "Buck" O'Neil, 50, a Chicago Cubs scout for almost seven years, has been moved up to a coaching spot, becoming the first Negro coach in the majors. One of 11 Cub coaches, he will not take his turn as manager in...