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June 21, 1976 | Anita Verschoth
When the ancient Greeks wanted to hold a track and field competition, they did not have to concern themselves with a bunch of equipment. They simply broke the ground with a pickax, covered it with a thick layer of...
May 12, 1975 | Melissa Ludtke
It used to be easy to know which way the wind was blowing. Public buildings, shops and homes were topped by weather vanes—prancing horses, crowing roosters, silhouetted ladies of liberty and whirligigs with swinging...
August 29, 1960 | Tex Maule
A tired, somewhat listless group of athletes from the United States last week proved themselves the finest track and field team in history before 18,000-odd enthusiastic spectators in Bern, Switzerland. The Americans...
July 11, 1960 | Tex Maule
Don Bragg's record pole vault was only one thrill of many at the Palo Alto trials
June 22, 1959
TRACK & FIELD—Kansas had produced many an individual NCAA champion but never a team title—until last weekend at Lincoln, Neb., where hungry Jayhawks flew off with biggest prize (see page 16). Thirty big points were...