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July 10, 1967
BOATING—BILL STERETT of Owensboro, Ky. drove his 29-foot hemi-powered boat, Miss Chrysler Crew, to victory in the World's Championship Race for unlimited hydroplanes on the Detroit River (page 22).
August 14, 1967
BOATING—With three preliminary-heat victories and a second-place finish in the final, BILLY SCHUMACHER of Seattle totaled 1,500 points to easily win the Gold Cup race for unlimited hydroplanes on Seattle's Lake...
August 21, 1967
BOATING—The French schooner Pen Duick III, sailed by Eric Tabarly, became the overall winner of the 605-mile Fastnet Yacht Race—the last in a series of four races for the Admiral's Cup—with a corrected time of...
September 18, 1967
ARCHERY—World Champion RAY ROGERS of Muskogee, Okla., shooting in winds up to 35 mph, led the U.S. to the Ambassadors' Cup team trophy at the North American championships in Winnipeg, Man., with world-record rounds...
December 25, 1967
BASKETBALL—NBA: BOSTON (20-7) regained first place in the Eastern Division by beating the 76ers 102-101 and San Diego 114-101. PHILADELPHIA (23-9), in second place by 22 percentage points, won its three other games,...