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June 07, 1965
Raymond Bostock, 23, who makes his living carrying coal in Wakefield, carried a 112-pound sack of it three-fifths of a mile in a record time of 6 minutes 6 seconds in the world championship race held in Gawthorpe,...
November 23, 1964 | David Boroff
Skiing was once supposed—by sentimentalists—to be the sport of a heroic elite. In a simpler time, when rope tows creaked, the outdoor ideal was untarnished. "It was all fresh air during the day and singing in front...
June 22, 1964
Lana DuPont, 24, Of Chesapeake City, Md., whose mother, Mrs. Richard C. duPont, owns four-time Horse of the Year Kelso, is the first woman to make the seven-member U.S. equestrian three-day squad, from which the U.S....
November 18, 1963 | Huston Horn
February 19, 1962
Lois Henry, of Marathon Shores, Fla., won the Stuart (Fla.) Light Tackle Sailfish Tournament with a big sail she hooked half an hour before the deadline, then fought on 12-pound test line in a heavy sea for two...