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August 05, 1963
The Army of Northern Virginia was still licking its wounds after Gettysburg when, 100 years ago this week, Thoroughbred racing began at Saratoga Springs in upstate New York. It was touch and go those days—most horses...
May 07, 1962
Comeback golfer Gene Littler, now U.S. Open champion and top money winner, had to rediscover his swing before he could achieve the success long predicted for him.
November 13, 1961 | Virginia Kraft
For almost a century the wild turkey was just a mouth-watering legend of pioneer days. Then sportsmen across the country decided to put the big bird back in the bush where it belonged
March 28, 1960
Bill Blankenship, 30, U.S. Army sergeant at Fort Benning, Ga. took National Midwinter Pistol Championships in Tampa with record score (2,649 out of possible 2,700), won .22, .38 and .45 caliber events.
November 17, 1958
4—Martin Nathan12—Hallawell Photos, U.P.I., Cornell Capa-Magnum, A.P., John G. Hemmer, A.P.19—John G. Zimmerman29—drawing by Ajay31—Brian Seed45—top, Keystone50—Frank Lerner51—Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Payson; Fogg Art...