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June 14, 1965
- PEOPLE 66
The hexagonal bubble tent at left pulls smoothly out on a telescopic track inside the eight-foot tube atop the station wagon. It unfolds and zips into place in 1½ minutes and needs no stakes. The striped gazebo at right is equally self-sufficient: the curved fabric roof under stress needs no center pole or ropes.
- By Gwilym S. Brown
Challenged as seldom before, New Zealand's Peter Snell persevered to take the mile from a determined field in Los Angeles as Australia's Ron Clarke, running alone most of the way, paced himself to two world records