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September 18, 1967
ARCHERY—World Champion RAY ROGERS of Muskogee, Okla., shooting in winds up to 35 mph, led the U.S. to the Ambassadors' Cup team trophy at the North American championships in Winnipeg, Man., with world-record rounds...
May 29, 1967
BOXING—Light Heavyweight Champion DICK TIGER of Nigeria retained his world crown at Madison Square Garden when he gained a split decision over favored José Torres. The fight was followed by a 20-minute barrage of...
April 24, 1967 | Whitney Tower
Two early-line Kentucky Derby favorites ran second at Aqueduct and Keeneland last week, but there was more concern over a courageous winner who probably will never get his chance at Churchill Downs
June 01, 1964
BADMINTON—Defending Champion INDONESIA won the Thomas Cup for the third consecutive time by defeating Denmark 5-4 in a hard-fought, controversial final in Tokyo (see pane 14).
May 11, 1964 | Whitney Tower
It was a day to drown in mint juleps, not drink them. At exactly 4:33 p.m. last Saturday a gutsy little colt named Northern Dancer fought his way across the finish line at Churchill Downs to win the 90th running of...