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October 15, 1962
Richard Hartnett, 13, an eighth-grader in Ipswich, Mass. who was a pony walker for his ciders during polo games, saved his earnings and bought an aging pony. Then, picked for the veteran-filled Myopia team, he scored...
October 15, 1962 | Fred R. Smith
Ever since Edward VII gave the rough country cloth a royal boost by having it made into shooting costumes, tweed has been the fabric men prefer to wear at fall sporting events. Until the middle '30s, in fact, a tweed...
November 05, 1962
Stella Walsh, 50, a spry San Fernando, Calif. track trainer who won Olympic medals in both the 1932 and 1936 Games, proved her theory on staying in condition—never get out of it—as she nimbly outran younger...
February 18, 1963
BASKETBALL—NBA: Syracuse, winning all five games, including a 126-109 victory over first-place Boston, has toughened into a strong second-place team in the East, as it showed by beating Detroit 162-135. Boston,...
February 25, 1963
Lorraine Hanlon, now 17 but a skating champion before entering her teens, matched her usually superb performance at the compulsory figures with some graceful free skating to win the U.S. Senior Ladies' Figure Skating...