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Theirs is a world of watches and tapes, and they willingly admit that when one of them runs in the shade what's under the tree is a nut
August 02, 1965 | John Underwood
The once invincible Peter Snell, unable to recapture his Olympic skills, retires on a downbeat, but he goes home to New Zealand comforted and inspired by the plaudits he received even in defeat
July 26, 1965
BOATING—Ticonderoga, the 72-foot ketch owned, skippered and navigated by Robert Johnson of Portland, Ore., sailed from San Pedro, Calif. to Honolulu in 9 days 13 hours 51 minutes 2 seconds, to finish the Transpacific...
July 19, 1965
ARCHERY—BILL' BEDNAR of Suffield, Ohio rallied from a tie for fourth in the final round to win his second Professional Archers Association national championship in three years in Detroit. In the women's division...
July 05, 1965
BOATING—No one was any finer than 58-foot DYNA in the Annapolis-to-Newport race. Clayton Ewing's aluminum-hulled yawl, which once raced 1,000 miles without a rudder, completed the 468-mile course in 66:18:42 to win...