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August 08, 1966 | Charles Goren
This is to report a diamond swindle in Amsterdam, which happens to be one of the diamond-cutting centers of the world. What got cut in this case, however, was not a jewel but the defenders on a deal played in the...
July 20, 1964 | Larry Evans
Blunders of a rare sort occurred in a tournament where no Americans—and few Russians—were happy
November 05, 1962
Stella Walsh, 50, a spry San Fernando, Calif. track trainer who won Olympic medals in both the 1932 and 1936 Games, proved her theory on staying in condition—never get out of it—as she nimbly outran younger...
March 05, 1962 | Jo Ahern Zill
The setting seems a most unlikely one for anything as delicate as suede, particularly suede that has been sheared to tissue thinness and given the supple sheen of silk. Yet suede—as it has never been seen before—is...
November 19, 1956
Women are relative newcomers to the Olympic track and field program, first appearing at the 1928 Games in Amsterdam, where they performed feats that were incredible by those days' standards. Elizabeth Robinson of the...