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June 13, 1966 | Gwilym S. Brown
A 19-year-old Kansas freshman, Jim Ryun, gave U.S. track fans their biggest thrill of 1966 when he came within two-tenths of a second of breaking Michel Jazy's 3:53.6 world mile record
June 15, 1964 | Gwilym S. Brown
At California's Compton Invitational eight men and two high school youngsters came close to world records and thus hurled an exciting U.S. challenge at the finest middle-and long-distance racers
June 17, 1963
Mrs. Elizabeth Roberson, 81, a Los Alamos, N. Mex. great-grandmother, went on her first deep sea fishing trip in Florida and, after 30 minutes and a try at every chair on the boat, landed a 6-foot 8-inch, 50-pound...
October 16, 1961 | Alfred Wright
Terry Baker is not alone among accomplished performers in college today. Of at least two dozen other superb athletes in big and small schools, here are the best.
June 12, 1961 | Roger Williams
Tommy Sullivan and Bruce Kidd are high school students, but they humbled their elders at Compton