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January 07, 1963
In 1962 the races were mainly to the swift—the Yankees, the Celtics, Bill Hartack at the Derby. Often the margin was slim, as when Skipper Bus Mosbacher took 'Weatherly' (left) around the first buoy in the America's...
August 27, 1962
BOATING—WEATHERLY clearly triumphed in four Straight America's Cup test races as the final series of observation trials opened in the watery battleground off Brenton Reef, R.I. Helmsman Bus Mosbacher, who has hands...
April 16, 1962 | Arlie W. Schardt
In the six years since they took their worst beating at the hands of their Australian hosts in the 1956 Olympic Games, American male swimmers have been scrambling to get back in front. Whatever doubts remained about...
September 11, 1961
LIVELINESSSirs:I'm not convinced! What you fellers forget is that you can't change pints into square feet—and you dang sure can't bounce a baseball on a "steel plate imbedded in concrete" and compare it with the...
August 28, 1961 | Roger Williams
You just smile and swim faster, according to Japan's Tsuyoshi Yamanaka, who got the better of Murray Rose in a most memorable competition