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June 30, 1986
The Statue of Liberty, whose 100th birthday the nation will be celebrating next week, stands both as the symbol of the aspiring immigrant's American quest and, not coincidentally, as the very centerpiece of the...
June 30, 1986 | Robert H. Boyle
July 20, 1964
So wrote the sea-struck poet John Masefield. And, because they have found no better training ground for future officers than the forest of rigging atop old-fashioned sailing vessels, many of the world's navies feel...
July 13, 1964
The CIA of baseball is a group of spies who can spot the type of pitch about to be thrown, and tip off the batter. An expert at it himself, Bob Turley tells how the spies work.
November 11, 1968
William Wertenbaker of Manhattan, a writer on The New Yorker magazine, for the second straight year sailed his dark green 36½-foot gaff-rigged schooner Tyehee to first place in its class, on corrected time, in New...