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September 22, 1958
HORSE RACING—CLEM, with light load for himself (113 pounds) and a lighter regard for Round Table, upset odds and predictions in $100,000 United Nations Handicap at Atlantic City (see page 14). Hogging lead for almost...
November 03, 1958 | Harry Phillips
For the more than 160,000 mainlanders who visit her each year, Hawaii is a scenic dreamland of mountains and bright colors, waving palms and breaking waves. But increasingly Hawaii is also something else, a place...
November 10, 1958 | Coles Phinizy
November 10, 1958
TRANSPORTATION. The Hawaiian Islands are seven hours from the mainland by plane, will be only four hours when jets go into service (probably in 1959). Pan American flies from Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle;...
May 25, 1959 | Jackie Pung
When I watch other golfers play I always look for footwork. In our native dances in Hawaii we use the inside of the feet a great deal and we grow up doing this almost instinctively. This is very helpful training for...