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May 31, 1971
AUTO RACING—JACKIE STEWART of Scotland, fighting off nausea in the last laps, held on to win the Monte Carlo Grand Prix and increased his lead for the world driver championship. America's Mario Andretti, third in the...
October 05, 1970 | William F. Reed
With his neatly named colt, Stanley Dancer captured pacing's top prize, but it took him three heats and the winning edge was a neck
September 01, 1969 | William F. Reed Jr.
America's Nevele Pride was in front on the rail when a French challenger—on the outside all the way—made the four moves that wore down the favorite and won the International Trot
September 23, 1968
BOATING—ROBERT JAMES of Bena, Va., with his brother Dave crewing, won the Flying Dutchman class Olympic sailing trials at San Diego with a 3-1-7-4-6-3-1-DNF record for the eight-race series
September 02, 1968 | Pat Putnam
As he drove what may be the finest trotter of all time on Du Quoin's rustic mile, Stanley Dancer mulled the fact that The Hambletonian always had eluded him. At the finish those sad thoughts were gone forever