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February 20, 1956
Carin Cone, 15-year-old Ridgewood, N.J. backstroker, brightened U.S. Olympic hopes as she tied the 150-yard American backstroke record (1:48.2) set when she was a baby; at New Haven. Carin is national 100- and...
December 24, 1956
FOOTBALLNew York Giants had little trouble beating Philadelphia 21-7 to win Eastern title, while Chicago Bears outroughed Detroit 38-21 to capture Western crown, setting stage for NFL playoff at Yankee Stadium Dec....
April 01, 1957
May 12, 1958
RECORD BREAKERS—EDDIE SOUTHERN, U. of Texas powerboy regarded by some as nation's finest runner (see page 45), buzzed around two turns in rabbit-quick tempo, sprinted 440 in 46.1 to break 12-year-old college record...
December 15, 1958
BASEBALL—MAJOR LEAGUE CHANGES included these in week of active trading: JIM PIERSALL, Boston, to Cleveland for VIC WERTZ and GARY GEIGER; BOBBY AVILA, Cleveland, to Baltimore for RUSS, HEMAN; RUBEN GOMEZ and VALMY...