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A revolutionary Aussie yacht with an underwater snout was thrashed by a U.S. boat, but its designer still believes it is more Wright than wrong
August 26, 1974 | Carleton Mitchell
July 03, 1972
Pity the Olympic Games visitor who would like to sample everything. Some of the stiffest, brightest competition will be 600 miles north of Munich on the windy Baltic Sea near Kiel, the shipbuilding, naval and...
January 31, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
SUPER SEVEN WESTMiami is gone for the moment as a Super Bowl site, and New Orleans is going. Next locale is likely to be Palo Alto, of all places. Stanford's stadium holds 90,000 people, but that's incidental. What...
February 15, 1971
Let's hear it for Smokey the Bear. On page 213 of the 1972 federal budget we learn that Smokey is expected to earn $172,000 for the U.S. Treasury next year in fees from private users of his name and image for things...