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A mannerly kind of murder
While Toronto's citizens watched in polite silence, hockey's most gentlemanly team methodically slaughtered its uncouth rivals
GAMBLING'S ADULT WESTERN
Las Vegas is where the shooters are armed with dice and the wildest call is the stick man's cry. Big, busy, growing, the city's success is rooted in man's age-old ...
Lime Rock's revolvoing door
Sweden triumphed again in the 10-hour Little Le Mans race for foreign passenger cars on a day marked by persistence and ingenuity of an unusual order
A King in Edmonton
Wayne Gretzky returned to his old city and was greeted with heartfelt cheers
No Fuss Necessary In Wayne's World
It was like trying to draw personal revelations out of a 1970 Plymouth Duster. The only thing Gretzky hates worse than going into the corners is ...
Flags, Fun, Music—And Then a Horse Race
Eight hours of vivid entertainment, then Florida's last effort to find the East's answer to Silky Sullivan
ROOKIES OF 1957
By Kenneth Rudeen. Previous Article THE GOLFING LOOK. By Jo Ahern · Next Article THE GENTLE LEADFOOT. By Kenneth Rudeen. Editors' Picks. The High ...
THE SLIP THAT COST $100,000
... a critical hockey game, Detroit Goalie Hank Bassen incurred a penalty that may have boosted New York into the rich postseason playoffs. By Kenneth Rudeen.
MEXICO SENDS A BOY TO SEBRING
... has an icy passion for racing and a startling self-confidence: he thinks he can do a man's job at Sebring and in the Grand Prix season. By Kenneth Rudeen.
CALAMITY FOR THE BIG MEN
CALAMITY FOR THE BIG MEN. That was the story of the Sebring Grand Prix, although Ferrari's winning streak was remarkably confirmed. By Kenneth Rudeen .