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August 23, 1954 | Red Smith
Trion, a yacht recently designed by Physicist H. M. Barkla of St. Andrew's University, Scotland, has three hulls and four revolving booms to catch wind from all sides. Barkla thinks his "triscaph" will do 25 knots.
August 23, 1954
All summer long the waters off Long Island are filled with sailboats of all sizes, from the modest do-it-yourself to the majestic racing yacht
December 20, 1954
Sirs:The article by Mr. Canham, track coach at the University of Michigan, entitled, (SI, Oct. 25) was true in every detail and shocking in its conclusions. Something revolutionary in the training of our track and...
February 14, 1955
THE EDITORS REFLECT ON THE THEATRICAL QUALITIES OF INDOOR TRACK, THE CAREER OF A "TREE-MENDOUS" PITCHER, AND A GAME THAT IS THE MOST FASCINATING—OR SILLIEST—IN THE WORLD
October 10, 1955
Few experiences are more rewarding to the sportsman than a driven shoot across the moors for Scottish grouse. 'Here, in heather-scented surroundings, a group of visiting Americans enjoys this unique sport