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December 01, 1958 | Vannevar Bush
Dr. Albert Einstein, shown here on his sailboat in Germany in 1930, was a lifelong devotee of peaceful outdoor relaxation.
October 26, 1959
BASEBALL—MICKEY MANTLE'S AMERICAN LEAGUE STARS 4, Willi, Mays' National Leaguers 2, exhibition, Syracuse, N. Y.
July 14, 1969
John Williams, 15, of Cranesville, Pa., the 1967 Junior Archery champion, broke two world records in qualifying for the world championships. He scored 1,242 points for one FITA round and set another record in the...
September 01, 1969 | Herman Weiskopf
So much for Robin Hood, William Tell, Geronimo and those guys. The storied romance of the bow and arrow is one thing, but when all the best archers assembled to shoot it out for the world title recently a lot of the...
September 18, 1972
The depressing pall overshadowing the Olympics seemed deepened by the succession of failures experienced by the U.S. The stunning loss in those controversial last seconds in basketball, the defeats in track and field...