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September 12, 1960 | Henry Romney
Run off the land by their own bad manners, gunners in New York are getting a fresh chance
September 24, 1962
BOATING—WEATHERLY, driven by a crisp 10-to-20-knot west-northwest wind, easily beat Gretel in the opening race for the America's Cup before 20,000 happy spectators who watched from 2,000 assorted craft (see page 28).
May 06, 1963
Stephen Bell, 9½, carried on a family tradition by serving as crew for Arthur Knapp Jr., 56, who won the Larchmont Yacht Club Dinghy Championship. Knapp won the same championship 21 years ago with Stephen's father...
December 21, 1964
SHYING LIKE HORSEMEN
January 25, 1965
The older Choate boy had had all he could take from that perpetual dormitory noisemaker, young Jack Kennedy, so he set out to fix him. Reported 15-year-old Jack in a letter (below) to a friend at Lawrenceville: "The...