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June 15, 1964
BOXING—Britain's Lightweight Champion DAVE CHARNLEY earned a probable title match with World Champion Carlos Ortiz when he pounded out a 10-round decision over top-ranked Lightweight Kenny Lane of Muskegon, Mich., in...
April 20, 1964
If things ever get to the slugging stage down Panama way, newly appointed U.S. Ambassador Jack Hood Vaughn may prove an envoy with built-in scour power. A three-time Golden Gloves champion who went on to become a...
July 15, 1963
Until recently, Senator Barry Goldwater (R., Ariz.) was on record as an enthusiastic fisherman who stumped for the superiority of the wild rivers of the West as the best source of fighting trout—"Damndest big browns...
June 26, 1961
IN HARNESSSirs:One of the finest exhibitions of reporting I have ever read (Shep Tangles with the Boys, June 5). Everyone in Pennsylvania harness racing should realize the position in which they have been placed and...
January 18, 1960
Folkways are always getting ahead of legal codes, especially codes that restrict such ubiquitous human interests as sport or diversion. When this happens, the offending laws generally get ignored and people go their...