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THE RUGGED SPORTS OF ETON
In spite of their elegant morning coats and fancy pants, the well-born boys of Eton College, England's most celebrated "public" (i.e., private) school, are tireless ...
THE GOLDEN BATHTUB FLIPS
Rounding a sharp turn during a race for tiny Class G and H sports cars at Thompson, Conn., Driver David Findlay's brakes locked. His modified Crosley ...
Two major additions to the minors
Once controversial big-leaguers, now Denny McLain (below) and Bill Valentine are abloom in the bushes
Four Masters from Canada
But what seemed like a sure Canadian loss was turned into a profit as the crowd watching Bridge-O-Rama witnessed the following action: WEST (Becker).
THE BIZ: Bulletproof MLS?
MAJOR LEAGUESOCCER'S tiny TV ratings are stagnant, attendance is down, and, according to aForbes study in September, only three clubs ...
Heavenly Bodies In the spirit of this issue, we check up on the late greats as they play an eternal overtime
God is still getting an earful tonight, 26 years after CaseyStengel died. Roger Maris, in a nod to his number, is literallyliving on Cloud 9, and Wilt ...
Partly Cloudy Week In The Sunshine State
Miami beat Florida for its second win, but the Gators lost more than a game
Deadly ThirstDrought, especially in the West, is changing the summer outlookfor both fun and profit In Santa Fe, where resplendent waterways ...