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May 22, 1967
BOATING—ODELL LEWIS of Fond du Lac, Wis. raced his 32-foot Maritime Mona Lou III to victory in the first annual Bahamas 500 with a time of 12:36:20 (page 20).
April 10, 1967
NO CHANCESirs:May I compliment Frank Deford on his articles on the NCAA basketball tournament. Not only did he point out the strong and weak teams in the tournament, but he also pointed out that NCAA now stands for...
February 27, 1967
They would feed you to Ralph Nader in bite-size chunks if you tried on the highway what the men on the opposite page are doing: racing bumper to bumper at Daytona at 175 mph. That being so, Daytona is a swell place...
February 20, 1967
Princeton builds an Ivy League dynasty in basketball, to match Harvard's in crew, and it has a coach whose recruiting program is as efficient as his techniques on the court.
March 07, 1966 | Tom C. Brody
After a year of forced idleness Driver Richard Petty came rolling back in a blue brute of a Plymouth to win Daytona's stock car 500, delighting his racing father—but not Dearborn