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July 04, 1960
BOATING—CARLETON MITCHELL made his third straight pass in Newport-Bermuda race, proved it takes more skill than luck to win (see page 16). Mitchell won on corrected time with his beamy little yawl Finisterre. H. G....
August 15, 1960 | Arlie W. Schardt
Not even appendicitis could stop the determined young swimmers who made the 1960 U. S. Olympic team
April 16, 1962 | Barbara Heilman
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...
May 27, 1974 | Hal Schell
The hills get them every time. Up there between San Jose and Santa Clara are the cow trails and bushy hideaways where bandido Joaquin Murieta once eluded gringo posses—and up there is where trouble strikes. Somewhere...