November 01, 1954
Mahonri Young, one of America's best known contemporary artists, is a man of prolific talents. Since beginning his creative artistic output at the turn of the century he has produced a staggering total of sculptures,...
May 30, 1955 | Paul O'Neil
For half a century or more the new colleges of the old West—many of which were wrenching themselves into new educational patterns based on ranching and mining—have submissively copied the traditions of eastern...
The Question: What college sport do you most enjoy promoting? (Asked at the Chicago convention of the American College Public Re
October 10, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
LT. JOHN D. COLBRUNN, U.S. Air Force Academy"Football. The game has more influence on our country's youth than any other college sport. From September through November, the traditions, rivalries, songs and cheers...
DOWN IN MISSOURI THERE'S A GUY WHO COUNTS THE BOUNCES; ELSEWHERE THEY'RE KEEPING BUSY COUNTING THE SCORES
December 19, 1955 | Roy Terrell
Maybe it had been done before. If so, the statistician for a Missouri newspaper had never heard about it and the more he wondered the more entranced he became with the subject. After all, it was basketball season...
DESIGNED TO MINIMIZE HEIGHT ADVANTAGE, BASKETBALL'S NEW 12-FOOT-WIDE FOUL LANE PASSES THE FIRST BIG TEST—IT WORKS
December 26, 1955 | Roy Terrell
One sunday morning in the mid-1930s a startled nation of comic strip readers, nurtured on the gentle antics of Little Orphan Annie and Andy Gump and Moon Mullins and as yet untoughened by the machinations of Al Capp,...