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Fifty years ago, a fiery plane crash destroyed an entire generation of U.S. figure skaters and some of the sport's most celebrated coaches, including a grande dame whose influence is still felt today
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WRITING ON A WALLThe cheapness of the card stunts executed by Southern California's cheering section at the USC-UCLA game last Saturday was broadcast by nationwide television, although no one quite knows why....
March 25, 1963
Lonnie Rubis, 22, an undefeated University of Minnesota wrestler, won 19 straight matches in spite of being so nearsighted that he can't see his opponent's face. "I watch his stomach," says Rubis, a 5-foot-8 senior....
March 12, 1962
A delicious anxiety, a determination to triumph and, at last, the thrill of accomplishment—these are the stepping-stones to enjoyment of sport. These Philadelphia kids taking their first faltering steps on...
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