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September 09, 1963
Marilyn Greenwood, 17, of Bristol, England won the under-21 championship, four doubles titles, and finished runner-up in the women's singles—all within 10 hours at the North of England tennis championships. Her only...
August 24, 1964 | Jule Campbell
Every summer the Pet Products Association puts on an exhibition (held this year in New York), displaying the latest fashions, gadgets and pampering devices for pets. The owners of this $800 million industry spare no...
June 20, 1966
John Aschen, a 20-year-old bookkeeper from The Bronx, set a new American 50-mile bicycling record as he won the Tour of Somerville (N.J.) race in one hour 59 minutes 29.4 seconds over Alan Bell of Somerville, who...
January 16, 1967
Wesley Yee, 16, of the Bronx became the first Chinese player to earn a U.S. Handball Association national championship when he won the under-17 class by taking the final match of the four-wall tournament in Salt Lake...
March 11, 1968
Joseph Gavin, a sixth grader at St. Gabriel School in the Bronx, N.Y. won a CYO foul-shooting contest with 23 of 25 and is the leading playmaker for his once defeated basketball team. In baseball Joe hit .420 and was...