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July 15, 1957
Christine Truman, 16-year-old, 5-foot-11 Briton who quit school to concentrate on tennis, made father chop down favorite oak to make room for a court, became national idol as youngest girl to gain Wimbledon...
September 09, 1957
RECORD BREAKERSRoy Leslie, 43-year-old Denver auto mechanic, hotrodded his home-made, triple-engined Wynns Friction-proofing Special at 270.479 mph in single run over Bonneville Salt Flats (Aug. 30), next day...
December 09, 1957 | William Talbert
It was spring in Australia last week but dispatches from the American Davis Cup team were wintry with despair. Durable Vic Seixas was eliminated in the quarter-final round of a regional tournament, and a doubles team...
December 16, 1957
Throne crasher Joey Lopes, seeking any haven in a storm, rests wearily in corner of Lightweight Champion Joe Brown at end of 10th in Chicago. Brown won by TKO in 11th.
July 21, 1958
Edgar Eisenhower, Tacoma, Wash. attorney, all smiles after his 67 on home course, slyly commented on brother Ike's 89 at Ottawa: "I shoot 'em straight, without trial balloons. I don't believe in the Mulligan."