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February 04, 1963 | Walter Bingham
Cincinnati slowed down until it nearly expired, and Loyola ran too fast, but the country's two strongest teams stuck with their diverse styles to win the season's best doubleheader
April 15, 1963
Kim Worley, 16, another mermaid from Santa Clara, Calif., after swimming an astronomical number of apprentice laps and setting a number of age-group records, finally made the big time by capturing the Senior National...
July 20, 1964
BOATING—Skipper HARRY C. (Bud) MELGES JR. of Zenda, Wis. and Crewman Dr. William Bentsen of Beloit, Wis. sailed Widgeon to victory in the Flying Dutchman class Olympic trials on Sandy Hook Bay, N.J. The three-time...
August 10, 1964
BOATING—A record fleet of 114 yachts entered the 333-mile Chicago-to-Mackinac race, and the surprise winner in the overall standings was TALISMAN, a little 30-foot sloop owned and skippered by George A. Quandee of...
September 14, 1964
BICYCLING—EDDY MERCK, of Belgium won the world amateur road championship in Sallanches, France by covering the twisting 115-mile course in 4:39.10, for an average speed of 24.73 mph.