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June 22, 1970
BOATING—Veteran racer BILL MUNCEY, 41, won his fourth President's Cup on the Potomac River, collecting 1,100 points in his classic-design unlimited hydroplane MYR'S SHEET METAL. Bill Schumacher finished second with...
June 01, 1970
BASKETBALL—ABA: The underdog LOS ANGELES STARS took two of three games during the week, defeating the Indiana Pacers by 109-106 and 117-113 in overtime, forcing the series to at least six games (page 16).
December 16, 1968 | Janet Graham
Don't give up the idea of skiing in Eastern Europe completely—just keep away from Rumania. Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia and Poland all have good skiing in what must be admitted are fledgling resorts by...
September 30, 1968
In the Olympics, as in the world, the dominant forces are the U.S. and the Soviet Union. One or the other will "win" the Olympics—that is, capture the most medals, raise its national flag the most times, hear to the...
May 09, 1966
BASKETBALL—"They all had their shots at me and the Celtics, but we beat them all," crowed Red Auerbach. BOSTON won the NBA championship by defeating Los Angeles in the final game 95-93, and the volatile Auerbach...