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Jane Ford, a stockbroker from Beverly Hills, became one of the few American women to break the sound barrier (the first: Jacqueline Cochran) when she flew a Northrop T-38 Talon up to 835 mph. Jane's cool copilot...
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September 08, 1958
Heels up, Mal Anderson assumes graceful pose for backhand on way to 6-0 win over Ham Richardson in Nations Cup at Rye, N.Y.
August 18, 1958
TRACK & FIELD—HERB ELLIOTT led fantastic record-breaking mile parade over Dublin's new cinders for world record 3:54.5, had enough energy left to take extra lap for applause of 20,000 spectators. Three others who...
January 20, 1958
Sirs:After reading Bill Talbert's article in the Dec. 9, 1957 issue of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, I feel it is only fair to state the following: