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April 02, 1956
Royalty and notables, from Queen Elizabeth and the Queen Mother (left) to Soviet's Georgy Malenkov (right, lending binoculars), turned out to watch Grand National. Queen Mother's horse (center, asprawl) lost...
May 22, 1967
It probably was not the un-kindest cut of all, maybe only the fifth or sixth unkindest cut, but former Indonesian President Sukarno has been stripped of his title, Great Fisherman. He has also been stripped of most...
March 21, 1983 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•The Rev. John Lo Schiavo, president of the University of San Francisco, when asked if Queen Elizabeth had said anything to him when he attended a state dinner for her in San Francisco: "Yes, she leaned over and...
May 14, 1956
Royal smile by Queen Elizabeth greets captain of Manchester City team, 3-1 winner over Birmingham in English Soccer Cup final match at Wembley.
In the first of his series of columns on sportscasting, Wilfrid Sheed finds the tube boobier on the ear than on the eye
October 27, 1969 | Wilfrid Sheed
As every teak-bottomed tellywatcher knows, the picture gets better every year but the sound remains the same. Each major sport seems to have settled forever into its ritual-announcing tone. Golf, for instance, sounds...