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May 30, 1955 | Johnny Revolta
It doesn't happen very often but every now and then you hear reports that this or that professional purposely played his approach shot to a treacherous green into a greenside trap—in order to be certain of getting...
February 20, 1961 | Fred R. Smith
In jackets inspired by the bright geometry of international yachting code flags, this yearns sailors can sport their own initials and be as easy to spot as a jockey in his silks. For more new color-struck boating...
July 11, 1966
Sheila Scott, 38, a former actress, flew a single-engine Piper to a round-the-world women's record, averaging 36 mph (including ground time) on her 28,656-mile flight, the first Briton to circle the globe solo....
February 28, 1966 | Tom C. Brody
Merle Taylor, mother of seven, crawled, scrambled and led her inelegant St. Paul rink to a stone-cracking upset over some surprised curling rivals, who found the socializing just perfect for their less violent tastes
March 28, 1960
'Our chances were 32 to 1'