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December 23, 1963
When he first saw a horse race at Ascot in 1897, Chulalongkorn, King of Siam, liked the sport so much that he sponsored a track back home in Bangkok. Today that nine-furlong course is just one part of The Royal...
July 20, 1964 | Charles Goren
Sailing across the Pacific en route to the Orient, I have been thinking about Far Eastern bridge and the important part it is bound to play in world championships of the future. On our Orient cruise last year a team...
January 04, 1965
The cheerful lady taking her ease below is Thailand's Royal Highness, Princess Panthip Chumbhot of Nagar Svarga, a zealous hobbyist. "One of my hobbies," she says, "is collecting beautiful places." Another,...
May 03, 1965
BADMINTON—Denmark's ERLAND KOPS, top-seeded and unbeaten this year, won the men's singles title in the U.S. championships, defeating champion Channarong Ratanasaeng-suang of Thailand 15-11, 15-7. JUDY HASHMAN, an...
November 15, 1965
Ray Broscovak Jr., 15, riding for Chicago's Windy City Wheelmen, placed first in the inaugural Barrington (Ill.) Hills Bicycle Race—40 miles through the hills of the Chicago suburb. The time prize for expert riders...