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January 27, 1958
Post-surgery success is demonstrated here by plucky Hare Spy (No. 1), who returned to the London greyhound races to beat Gipsy Don despite a plastic bone inserted in her hock after an accident last May
January 13, 1958
•Walter Fondren, Texas quarterback, mourning his team's lack of power in losing to Mississippi 39-7 in the Sugar Bowl: "We couldn't bust a peanut."
August 12, 1957
Touch of autumn comes to the Los Angeles Coliseum, where 85,931 turned out to watch North beat South 32-0 in schoolboy Shrine game. Here, North's Herman Urenda is hauled down on 12-yard line.
November 07, 1955
Still a man's game, football has been infiltrated in recent years by pretty girls whose charms brighten half-time shows