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AUSTRALIA'S CUP RUNNETH (32) UNDER
The Aussie team spread-eagled the World Cup field at Buenos Aires despite a borrowed putter and a bizarre itinerary.
'GOT TO GET TO RIO'
From Buenos Aires to Rio, as the sea lanes go, it is 1,200 miles—and a more capital course for a midwinter ocean race would be hard to find. So on January 18, ...
Extreme Football SOCCER IS A RELIGION IN ARGENTINA, AND THE REIGNING DEITY IS A CAPRICIOUS AND DISSIPATED BAD BOY NAMED MARADONA
We're in La Boca, the Italian quarter of Buenos Aires, a fewblocks from the stadium of the Boca Juniors, the most popularteam in the land.
Viva Day-veed A jovial David Duval carried his partner, Tiger Woods, and charmed the crowds as the U.S. won the World Cup in Buenos Aires
Viva Day-veed A jovial David Duval carried his partner, Tiger Woods, and charmed the crowds as the U.S. won the World Cup in Buenos Aires.
THE U.S. IS BEST...AND GETTING BETTER
By Sunday night Sam Snead and Arnold Palmer, representing the U.S. in the world tournament on the famous Jockey Club course in Buenos Aires, had turned ...
HERE'S THE NEW PELÉ
The flight from Argentina had taken 12 hours, and on the previous two nights Maradona had lain sleepless at his home in Buenos Aires. He was exhausted and ...
BACK FROM EXILE
But last week, in the midst of a winter wind that lifted tiles off the stadium roof of the Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club, America's brand-new ticket ...
Getting up for the Cup
Brazil undressed West Germany in what might have been a World Cup rehearsal
THAT MAN AGAIN
BUENOS AIRES. Jan. 21, 1957. This is an article from the Jan. 21, 1957 issue Original Layout. Don't drivers mind racing on the 13th?" a reporter asked Britain's ...