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Navy's 44-foot yawls (below) are really ocean racers, but they are enough alike to provide a brisk round-robin regatta for 10 college crews
June 24, 1963
Janice Rinehart, 18, an attractive Abilene sprinter, has been burning up the Texas tracks with a 100-yard sprint in 10.9 and a 220 in 25.4. Janice, who has been outrunning opponents since she was 13, is being called...
April 08, 1963
Jane Ford, a stockbroker from Beverly Hills, became one of the few American women to break the sound barrier (the first: Jacqueline Cochran) when she flew a Northrop T-38 Talon up to 835 mph. Jane's cool copilot...