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September 18, 1972 | Edited by Martin Kane
•Johnny Peirson, former National Hockey League star, on the opening-game 7-3 defeat of Team Canada by the Russians: "It's nice to be in on history, but I didn't think it would be Dunkirk."
October 07, 1968
Maryetta Boitano, 5, of San Francisco, youngest of a running clan, finished 441st in a field of more than 900 entered in the Dipsea Run, a 6.8-mile race near the California coast. Maryetta, who runs three times a...
January 13, 1964 | Harry Paxton
Robert F. Mimm, a 39-year-old Levittown, Pa. householder with a wife and six children, is a race walker. He qualified as one of the six walkers on the 1960 U.S. Olympic squad but he was not the nation's best then,...
September 05, 1960
Last week at Williamsport, Pa. the best baseball players in the world (aged 11 and 12) assembled for the 14th Little League World Series. Some didn't weigh 100 pounds and others didn't stand 50 inches high, but they...
August 20, 1956 | Gerald Holland
The following thesis, "The Age of Sport, 1954-2004 A.D.," is hereby submitted as evidence of research completed for the degree Master of Sporting Sciences (M.S.S.).