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February 21, 1966 | Gwilym S. Brown
Australia's Ron Clarke tried to confuse the world's best two-milers by using the old army system of rush, rush, rush and then slow, slow, slow, and it worked until he ran afoul of a friend who ignored him
August 15, 1966
BOXING—CASSIUS CLAY barely worked up a sweat as he defended his world heavyweight title by knocking out plodding Englishman Brian London in the third round in London (page 16).
August 22, 1966 | Gwilym S. Brown
When the Commonwealth nations went at each other's throats the chief casualties were double loser Ron Clarke and a slew of swimming marks
October 31, 1966
It was not a case of a little old lady from Maida Vale having a flutter and striking it rich, but it was newsworthy anyhow. By picking the winners of all six races at Newbury, the wife of a steward of the British...
January 02, 1967
WILL AND ABILITY