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June 20, 1960
•Hurdler Glenn Davis, 1956 Olympic champion, typifies the older American track stars who will vie with the collegians for places on this year's U.S. Olympic track team.
June 29, 1959 | Tex Maule
June 15, 1959 | Tex Maule
June 15, 1959
TRACK & FIELD—U.S. trackmen continued to behave as if Russians were already in Philadelphia. At Compton, Calif., chesty Marine Lieutenant Al Cantello (see right), who had never tossed javelin better than 249 feet 3...
January 05, 1959
The premier heroes of 1958 on the preceding pages accomplished extraordinary feats but they achieved their greatness in every case by winning over tough competitors. Else their triumphs would have been meaningless....