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January 27, 1964
Harlow Daly, 80, a retired accountant living in Sanford, Me., who took up chess in 1900 when he was 17 and has been the Maine state champion for the past five years, won his third straight Portland city title with a...
May 20, 1963 | Fred R. Smith
Color—strong, vivid color—is the big departure in men's sportswear this summer. Such pussyfooting shades as faded denim and brick, last year's color favorites, pale beside the clear hues of the new jackets and slacks...
May 06, 1963 | Jule Campbell
Because sportsmen like to wear "sweat"or crew socks for almost everything, these once-humble garments have traveled a long way from the locker room. For the tender-footed sportsman of the Western world, seldom...
March 04, 1963 | Virginia Kraft
Wintering sportsmen are enjoying some of the South's best sport just a few minutes' ride from Florida's most fashionable beaches
January 28, 1963 | Martin Kane
The new rules devised by The Sailfish Club of Florida now put most emphasis on the skill of the angler rather than on his luck and his skipper's moves