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June 05, 1972 | Bill Veeck
This article is an excerpt from my forthcoming book, "Thirty Tons a Day," to he published by Viking Press. People have asked about the title. The following is by way of an explanation
May 29, 1972
500 miles and a million dollars to go, with the fastest field ever all set to roll. From pitside, Robert F. Jones will cover what promises to be a sizzling Memorial Day classic.
April 27, 1970 | Edited by Martin Kane
•Bill Veeck, president of New England's Suffolk Downs racetrack, on his ill-fated attempt to admit minors to the track: "Don't get me wrong. I don't want school kids skipping school and bringing their lunch money to...
January 05, 1970
In Canada for their latest efforts to promote peace, John Lennon and Yoko Ono took time out over the holidays for their first snowmobile ride. Last May they demonstrated for peace by spending 10 days in bed in a...
October 08, 1956
Tony DeSpirito, who set alltime riding record (390) in 1952, was thought to be finished after spill last May resulted in removal of kidney and spleen, turned up at Suffolk Downs, where he booted home winner on third try.