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July 29, 1968
BICYCLING—After 25 days and 2,937.5 miles, the Tour de France was over and JAN JANSSEN of The Netherlands was the winner by a scant 38 seconds over Belgium's Herman Van Springel. Janssen's overall time was 133 hours...
July 22, 1968
BASEBALL—The National League voted to follow the pattern set by the American, namely, splitting into two divisions next year when its newest franchises—San Diego and Montreal—begin play. The six teams in the National...
July 15, 1968
BOATING—Two first-place finishes, plus a fourth and a fifth enabled F. GARDNER COX JR. of Villanova, Pa. to earn the U.S. championship for 5.5-meter sloops on Long Island Sound off Stamford, Conn. Cox skippered...
July 01, 1968
BOATING—The same boat (Mona Lou III, a 32-foot Maritime inboard) and the same pilot (ODELL LEWIS of St. Cloud, Fla.) won the Bahamas 500 ocean powerboat race for the second year in a row. Odell came in 30 seconds...
June 24, 1968