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January 24, 1955 | Wolfgang Lert
Free instruction combined with deep powder snow has produced a crop of coming champions in the West's small mountain towns
January 24, 1955
THE BATTLE OF THE ALLEYS: BOWLING'S GREAT ALL-STAR TOURNAMENT IN CHICAGOThis annual classic is one of the two major bowling competitions of the U.S. VICTOR KALMAN reports the strikes, spares, sweat and—perhaps—tears,...
February 28, 1955 | Harry Phillips
The accident which on January 30 came to Jill Kinmont, holder of the women's National Junior and Senior slalom titles, was among the saddest in sports history. As most of our readers know, Jill lost control during...
April 11, 1955 | Ezra Bowen
American skiers caught up, but the champ is still a European
July 25, 1955
It has been six months since pretty 19-year-old Jill Kinmont took a bad spill during the Snow Cup ski race at Alta, Utah and broke her back. At the time, doctors doubted she would walk again, but Jill continues to...