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November 19, 1956
Gymnastic champions are made very slowly, and the old order yields very slowly to the new. Upsets are a rarity. Gymnastic experts in Russia, Japan and the U.S. concur on the probable outcome of the Olympic tests...
November 05, 1956
THE OLD HEAVE HOOpen-mouthed with strain, U. S. Olympian Harold Connolly spins around in a split instant before he whirls the 16-pound hammer 224 feet 8¼ inches, 13 feet 7¾ inches more than the accepted record—one of...
January 30, 1956
With words, gestures, props—and a wig yet—Casey Stengel winds up his Japanese travels
January 09, 1956
Ancient Japan, with a snow-bunny population of some 8,500,000, counts skiing as its second most popular sport
January 09, 1956 | Ezra Bowen
A unique ski culture produces a slalom ace