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July 17, 1972
BOATING—BILL STERETT JR., driving his Pride of Pay 'N Pak at 109.090 mph, won the President's Cup Regatta for unlimited hydroplanes on the Potomac River in Washington (page 20).
December 24, 1962
Heirs to the great tradition of venture are the innumerable citizens who attempt to master the sports of hazard. Some are athletes, some may be "soft Americans" (physically), but all of them are nonconformists who...
June 04, 1962
James Court, president of the Duck Lake Golf Club in his home town of Albion, Mich., shot an improbable two holes in one on the same nine while playing a round with his regular foursome. He finished 11 over par for...
September 28, 1959
BOATING—Amidst snapped rods, burned-out pistons, stalled engines and river-tossed drivers, Miro Slovak. 1958 hydro champion, held Bill Boeing's powerful Wahoo together long enough to capture the President's Cup. On...
October 06, 1958
Don Wilson, Dearborn, Mich. auto dealer, speedily won first heats of Potomac River hydroplane races in Washington, cagily coasted home last in third heat to capture President's Cup Regatta with Miss U.S.I.