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May 13, 1957
SIRS:CONGRATULATIONS ON ANOTHER WONDERFUL FIRST. DERBY RESULT MAKES MEMORABLE YOUR FINE PREVIEW STORY AND PHOTOS OF IRON LIEGE 1957 KENTUCKY DERBY WINNER MINUTES AFTER BEING FOALED.HUGH MCGOWANINDIANAPOLIS
April 27, 1959
Cash pours into 300 windows, at $25,000 per minute, between harness races at Yonkers Raceway where, last week, a world-record one-night handle off $2,531,060 was set. Within seconds after each race, a small army off...
November 24, 1969 | Edwin Shrake
Getting rich on the races—a dream to so many—inspired the Fulton Street mob that stole $1.3 million in Aqueduct receipts
August 10, 1981 | Compiled by ALEXANDER WOLFF
BASKETBALL—Kevin Magee's 31 points led the U.S. to a 93-87 victory over the U.S.S.R. and the gold medal at the World University Games in Bucharest.
August 24, 1981 | Compiled by ALEXANDER WOLFF
BOATING—Great Britain's VICTORY, a 33-foot sloop skippered by Phil Crebbin, was first to finish the 605-mile Fastnet ocean race. By winning, Great Britain clinched the Admiral's Cup with 814 points, 98 more than the U.S.