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August 04, 1975
BOATING—ROBIN, a 43-foot sloop skippered by Lee Van Gemert and owned by Ted Hood, won the trans-Atlantic race from Newport with a corrected time of 14 days, 21:41:00. The 79-foot yawl Kialoa was the first to finish,...
July 28, 1975
BICYCLING—BERNARD THEVENET became the first Frenchman in eight years to win the Tour de France. After 23 days and 2,485 miles, Thévenet's winning margin was 2:47 over world champion and five-time Tour winner Eddy...
June 30, 1975
BOWLING—SAL BONGIORNO of Hollywood, Fla. defeated Larry Laub 217-204 to win the $50,000 Portland Open and $5,000 in Beaverton, Ore.
February 10, 1975 | Edited by Gay Flood
FROM THE HOME FRONTSir:Was that really necessary? Your cover and feature on the new Cancún resort (Old Gods, Young Goddesses) in the Jan. 27 issue are most disappointing in a magazine of your caliber. Imagine my...
October 14, 1974 | Pat Putnam
In his first postgraduate seminar with Abdul-Jabbar, rookie Bill Walton learned a few things but made points of his own