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September 13, 1965
BOATING—Sailing an Ensign class sloop to three seconds, three thirds and two fourths, CORNELIUS SHIELDS JR. of Larchmont, N.Y. won the Mallory Cup, the men's national sailing championship, on Lake Pontchartrain in...
April 17, 1967 | Kim Chapin
Showing respect for neither records nor their elders, 17-year-olds Mark Spitz and Fred Haywood splashed to the top of the U.S. swim ranks
July 17, 1967
BOWLING—DAVE POUND of Britain and HELEN WESTON of the U.S. won the individual all-events championships at the 27-nation World Bowling Tournament in Malmo, Sweden. Pound, an 18-year-old London student, defeated...
August 21, 1967 | Kim Chapin
Yale man Don Schollander (left) has mellowed, but not so much that he can't respond to the challenge of brilliant newcomer Mark Spitz
July 15, 1968
An invading force of U.S. golfers, including Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Billy Casper, hopes to return from famed Carnoustie with the 1968 British Open title.