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The new Inter-American circuit, which has franchises from Miami to Maracaibo, is giving veterans a chance to play—except when immigration officials bench them
April 10, 1967 | Joe Jares
Hank Bauer's pitchers are hurting and his doctor has told him to quit smoking, a parlay that should have left the Baltimore manager snapping at people. But things really don't look bad at all for the Orioles
July 26, 1965
Powerboating is a sport that attracts millions of Americans. In a 21-page package Hugh Whall writes about the world's finest and most expensive sport-fishing craft and the family that builds them; Bob Ottum tells the...
February 24, 1958
With an eye as accurate as a plumb line and a hand as steady as a rock, 14-year-old Miner Cliett is acquiring an almost incredible record in skeet meets around the country. Last month in the Royal Palm Open Skeet...
September 24, 1973
Neil Glenesk, 20, of Burlingame, Calif., won the seventh National Triathlon Championships—for shooting, swimming and running—in Palo Alto. He topped a 35-man field, including veterans of the Modern Pentathlon Olympic...