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September 21, 1992 | Edited by Sally Guard
ArrestedTennis great Arthur Ashe, 49, and some 80 other protesters, for refusing to leave the median strip of Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the White House, where 1,000 people gathered on Sept. 9 to oppose the Bush...
July 18, 1960 | Arlie W. Schardt
Youngest of an outstanding group of U.S. backstrokers, Bob Bennett is moving steadily toward his ultimate goal—a world record and an Olympic gold medal
February 29, 1960 | Kenneth Rudeen
Hurrying toward national fame, the Hoosier swimmers beat mighty Michigan In a fine meet
July 20, 1959
SWIMMING—U.S. and world records tumbled like clay pigeons in a shooting gallery as male swimmers splashed merrily in AAU championships at Los Altos, Calif. Indianapolis AC'S Frank McKinney, who tuned up with American...
March 05, 1956
John Haines, University of Pennsylvania sprinter who is undefeated in championship 60s (four AAU and three IC4A titles), became first man in 35-year IC4A history to tie world record (6.1), establishing mark in...