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October 26, 1959
Karol Fageros, 25, as well known for her gold panties as for her tennis abilities, and Althea Gibson, Wimbledon and U.S. title-holder in 1957-58, both turned pro, will begin 16-week dual tour on Dec. 29.
March 02, 1959
Bill Rigney, broken-jawed (auto accident) manager of San Francisco's Giants, assessing his threat to umpires in early 1959: "I can still hiss at them."
December 08, 1958
BASKETBALL—NEW YORK, leader in NBA Eastern Division standings; ST. LOUIS, leader in Western Division.
July 28, 1958
Dow Finsterwald, 28, golf's most consistent runner-up, pulled himself together to win PGA championship, his first victory in 31 months. Third-highest money winner last year, Finsterwald added $5,500 to kitty.
June 02, 1958
John Holland, Los Angeles city councilman, after National League President Warren Giles issued vote-for-Chavez-Ravine-or-lose-the-Dodgers ultimatum: "The last desperate threat of a frightened group of greedy men."