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Charles Burt, a Harding College (Searcy, Ark.) freshman bowler, won the singles title at the NAIA Tournament in Kansas City, Mo. when he averaged 200 pins for 15 games, then rolled a 232 in a playoff with Jack...
June 19, 1967 | John Underwood
Bill Toomey arrived at the decathlon championships with a change of clothes for almost every event. He needn't have bothered. Despite sore tendons he easily outdistanced the field to win the title again
July 29, 1963 | Israel Shenker
So said the Russians of a U.S. track team that arrived in Moscow full of boastful confidence and left two days later with a skinny victory in the closest meet yet
July 09, 1962 | Tex Maule
Poland's Janusz Sidlo has fashioned a good life for himself with his wooden javelin. Now he wants to throw U.S. steel
An outdoor track quiz to excite the memory and increase the knowledge of the fans and the armchair experts
May 15, 1961 | Maury Allen
? How are ties decided in track events?