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July 17, 1972
BOATING—BILL STERETT JR., driving his Pride of Pay 'N Pak at 109.090 mph, won the President's Cup Regatta for unlimited hydroplanes on the Potomac River in Washington (page 20).
April 24, 1972
Canadian mining stock promoter Murray Pezim, who is staging the George Chuvalo-Muhammad Ali bout in Vancouver on May 1, has a soiree planned ahead of time that looks like the biggest thing to hit the Northwest since...
April 03, 1967 | Mark Kram
The heavyweight champion won an interesting fight against an aging but surprisingly worthy challenger. Now Ali's clouded future raises the possibility that the ring soon may be deprived of its most colorful figure
March 20, 1967 | Mark Kram
Challenger Zora Folley is technically the most competent boxer the heavyweight champion has had to defend against, although there are some who question his determination. It is unlikely he will win the title
July 11, 1966
BOXING—"It's a good thing you play strings instead of winds, because I'm going to hit you in the mouth," said New Yorker Doug Jones to his guitar-playing opponent, Chicago's ERNIE TERRELL, before their heavyweight...