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April 13, 1964
Danny Bolduc, 10, a center on the Waterville, Me. All-Star Pee Wee hockey team, made seven big goals in three games at the national championships in Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. and was named the tournament's most...
September 28, 1964
Tracy Rixon, 17, a London telegraphist who saved her money for parachuting lessons, made her first jump—from 2,500 feet—on the second day of training. "I did it for a kick," said Britain's youngest girl sky diver. "I...
October 24, 1966
Jim Ranger, 27, of Grosse Pointe, Mich., who drives his own hydroplane, My Gypsy, scored 969 points at the Sacramento Cup Regatta to finish the season with 6,651—second to Mira Slovak's 8,021—and likely Rookie of the...
November 11, 1968
4—Roy DeCarava17, 18—Tony Tomsic19, 20—Walter Iooss Jr.23—UPI24, 25—Sheedy & Long26, 27—Curt Gunther-Camera 536, 37—Lynn Pelham-Rapho Guillumette44—Herb Scharfman52—AP, Associated Newspapers55—Herb...
May 10, 1971
Carol Ann Ruud, 14, of Waterville, Wash., completed her second undefeated sled-dog racing season. Sharing honors was her team of three Alaskan Huskies, led by Judy. In the Pacific Northwest Championships she achieved...