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May 09, 1960
•The small but sensational continent of Australia is the new great power on the sporting scene. Herbert Warren Wind reports on it in lively fashion in a revealing series.
January 18, 1960
Rosemary Lassig, 18-year-old redheaded swimmer, dramatized again Australia's dominance in field, lopped 3/10 second off world record in 110-yard breaststroke with time of 1:21.3, at Bundaberg, Australia.
February 23, 1959
Gordon Collet, University of Oklahoma sophomore, edged U.S. 200-yard breaststroke record three times in last month, finally broke it with 2:22.9 dash in SMU meet at Dallas.
February 16, 1959
For eight weeks a goodly portion of the English-speaking peoples of the earth have been concentrating their gaze, almost to the point of world-forgetful-ness, on the struggles of England and Australia for cricket's...