April 29, 1963
April 29, 1963

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April 29, 1963

Boston Marathon
  • Thundering down the main street of Hopkinton, Mass. last week came a herd of runners, the 245 entrants in the Boston Marathon. There were big runners and small runners, young runners and old runners, lean runners and even a few fat runners. Some were out for a lark, some merely to finish—but quite a few were out to win. The man who did, Aurele Vandendriessche of Belgium, set a course record as he defeated a brilliant field that included some of the world's best long-distance runners

Hot Team
Players And People
Not So Gently
Horse Racing
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


25—Neil Leifer, UPI
26—AP, Las Vegas Review Journal
29-32—John Lewis Stage-Lensgroup
34-40—drawings by John Everds
44—map by William Bernstein
52—Horst Ehricht
58-61—Shel Hershorn-Black Star
70—Nyle Leatham-Arizona Republic, Stuart Studio, AP

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