Sport: To the Dogs

Like cod into a seine, some 20,000 panting citizens swarm every evening into a converted cyclodrome at Boston's Revere Beach. They are not bothered by the OPA ban on pleasure driving: Revere can be reached by Boston's elevated system, streetcar lines and a dozen bus routes from North Shore towns. Nor are they bothered by the knowledge that they may go home $10 or $20 poorer. They are hungry dog fans. And the old cyclodrome, now named Wonderland, is a greyhound track.

Wonderland is the Saratoga of U.S. dog tracks. Compared to London's...

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