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August 21, 1967 | Mike Riley
The top favorites to win Canada's first North American Rowing Championships were the eight-oared shells from Harvard and Germany's Ratzeburg rowing club. Would you believe New Zealand and Australia?
March 14, 1966 | John Lovesey
The presence of Bill Bradley drew 500 spectators to the Oxford-Cambridge varsity match last week, but the important thing was the postgame party
February 14, 1966 | Paul Jennings
Your true sports lover has a stock of instant physical associations—sights, sounds and smells—that are evoked the moment you mention his game. "Football," you say to an Englishman, and instantly he is high in the...
February 08, 1965 | J. A. Maxtone Graham
It was a raw and windy day in the autumn of 1954. A party of sportsmen waited in skillfully built blinds near the estuary of the Slaney River, close to Wexford on the southeast tip of the Irish coast. Among them was...
February 01, 1965 | Frank Deford
That's Miami of Ohio and, without a giant or a star but with lots of savvy, it has become one of the best basketball teams in the country