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October 05, 1959 | Tex Maule
As pro football begins its biggest year, the Baltimore Colts depend on icy, daring Johnny Unitas to keep their title. Burgeoning attendance breeds a new league, but its future is rocky
September 28, 1959
•With pro football starting its biggest year, John Unitas is a marked man as quarterback of the world champion Baltimore Colts. In a special article illustrated by Robert Riger, Ray Berry tells how to catch Unitas'...
September 28, 1959 | Arthur Murphy
That good old sales pitch, "Ya can't tell the players without a program!" would seem, so far as football goes, to date back just more than half a century. In 1908 Karl Davis, at the time publicity man for the...
September 14, 1959
BOATING—STEVE TYLER and BILLY WARNER, 13-year-olds from Island Heights, N.J., battled high winds and choppy waters to take Middle Atlantic Midget Sailing Championship, Annapolis, Md.