December 07, 1959
Thirteen times in the 21-year history of the NCAA championships Big Ten teams have gone at least as far as the semifinals, a remarkably consistent record of achievement. As most of the coaches will agree, a share of...
July 20, 1959
SWIMMING—U.S. and world records tumbled like clay pigeons in a shooting gallery as male swimmers splashed merrily in AAU championships at Los Altos, Calif. Indianapolis AC'S Frank McKinney, who tuned up with American...
May 04, 1959
THE SPORTS PAGE (CONT.): LETTER FROM A SPORTING NEWSHENSirs:As the wife of a sportswriter, the friend of many others, a former newspaperwoman, the first to crack the sanctity of Denver's press box, I'm stung to a...
April 20, 1959 | Jeremiah Tax
Two of pro basketball's weaker franchises were greatly strengthened in the playoffs won by the squad of superstars from Boston
April 20, 1959
BASEBALL—It took some doing in a few areas (see page 18), but major leagues eventually got season off ground. New York Yankees, rained out twice, finally got to play Boston, and even Casey Stengel was satisfied when...