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February 03, 1958
The lively group of small fry on these pages are pioneers of a new American phenomenon—the under-6 resorter. Nattily turned out for as many varieties of sport as their parents, these young specialists in Florida...
February 10, 1958 | Marlene Bauer Hagge
Contrary to the popular notion, most of the pros don't use much wrist cock in playing their short pitches. For myself, though, I find I hit the ball sharpest and control it best if I use lots of wrist and hand action...
April 28, 1958
Margaret Edwards, pretty English miss with formful backstroke, got into record-breaking swim in winning meet with Germans at Cardiff, wind-milling 100 meters and 110 yards in 1:12.4 to break two world marks.
May 04, 1959 | Jimmy Jemail
CECIL SMITHTen-goal playerSan Antonio, TexasTommy Hitchcock Jr., a great hitter who had everything. He must have learned to ride before he could walk, because he and his pony were one. Most great players are...
March 01, 1971
Leo Lynett, 12, scored three of his team's four goals in the decisive game and half of its three-game total to lead Amherst, N.Y. to victory in the Tobacco Town Peewee Hockey tournament at Delhi, Ontario. The win was...