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December 05, 1960
BASEBALL—The AMERICAN LEAGUE temporarily shelved its plan for expanding into Walter O'Malley's Los Angeles territory, offered instead a compromise proposal calling for immediate expansion by both leagues to nine...
December 12, 1960
Janie Pinkston, 13, eighth-grade chess player from Lansing, Mich. who holds state women's amateur title, kept unruly brown hair from her eyes long enough to win five games, draw a sixth, top 26 entrants in elementary...
July 03, 1961
BOWLS OF GRAVY
April 08, 1963
Jane Ford, a stockbroker from Beverly Hills, became one of the few American women to break the sound barrier (the first: Jacqueline Cochran) when she flew a Northrop T-38 Talon up to 835 mph. Jane's cool copilot...
July 01, 1963 | Frank Deford
With Dennis Ralston leading the way, USC so dominated this year's college championships that it ended up playing itself in the doubles