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June 08, 1964
There is racing today in Lagos, Nigeria, where the track runs through the heart of the city, and in Hong Kong, Caracas and Rome. The fields go clockwise in England, counterclockwise in Mexico; they run over the snow...
June 15, 1964
Instead of getting themselves into the mood for their own TV show, sports buff Bennett Cerf and his fellow What's-My-Liners Dorothy Kilgallen and Arlene Francis, along with a clutch of directors and technicians, were...
December 19, 1966
No part of the world has seen more tumult—and more change—in the past 10 years than the belly of Africa, that vast midsection of a continent which sweeps in a 1,500-mile-wide arc from Senegal and the Congo in the...
November 20, 1967
Surprise rookie Jim Hart of the St. Louis Cardinals has ripened years ahead of time. Mark Mulvoy tells about the quarterback who does things with a difference—and wins.
March 11, 1968
Doug Lord, manager of welterweight champion Curtis Cokes, took a trip to South Africa recently to make arrangements for a match between Cokes and Willie Ludick. His plane made a stop in Nigeria, and the Texan was...