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June 11, 1956
Cricketer Len Hutton, Pudsey's "Our Len" and first professional to captain England before he retired last January because of ill health, got just reward for 21-year career as outstanding batsman: knighthood from...
July 02, 1956
Gordon Pirie, a 26-year-old British paint salesman in Norway on holiday, found time to outrun Russia's Vladimir Kuts in world record 13:36.8 for 5,000 meters at Bergen, equaled 7:55.6 mark for 3,000 meters at Trondheim.
June 10, 1957
SCRAMBLES AND SPILLSFor two days staid Hunter College in New York was the site of fierce Amazonian battle as members of the fair sex dropped their everyday activities as housewives, students and career girls to don...
December 14, 1964
Victor Oxley, 10, the inside-right on the 17th Wolf Cub Pack football (soccer) team attached to the Holy Trinity Church in Woodford, Essex, England, kicked in 41 of his team's 128 goals during a streak of 10...
February 14, 1966 | Paul Jennings
Your true sports lover has a stock of instant physical associations—sights, sounds and smells—that are evoked the moment you mention his game. "Football," you say to an Englishman, and instantly he is high in the...