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March 09, 1959
Mrs. Bayard Sharp, Wilmington, Del., joined husband at Hialeah for running of the $135,800 Flamingo, stepped into winner's circle after couple's Troilus beat favored First Landing.
July 13, 1959
Maria Pilar Roldan, 19, dark-haired Mexican beauty, displayed perfect form, parried and thrust her way to upset of veteran Maxine Mitchell, became first non-American to win U.S. women's foil title at Los Angeles.
August 17, 1959
BOXING—In a scheduled 10-round fight in Chicago, Sonny Liston, fast-rising heavyweight with a solid punch, gave further proof that he is a top contender for the heavyweight crown when he drove Nino Valdes to the...
October 26, 1959
At first glance there seemed something pretty ridiculous about the latest and most publicized Washington investigation, the inquiry into TV quiz fixing. There was a palpable absurdity in the fact of an august...
March 14, 1960
Angela Sullivan, 8-year-old English swimming wonder, splashed mile in speedy 32:17.8 for silver award in London meet. Said Angela's enthusiastic coach: "Best Olympics prospect we've ever had. We'll prove it in 1968."