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November 13, 1961
Not that I'm exactly a sports fan. Honestly, I don't think I could tell a basketball goal if my life depended. But the horse show? That's entirely different. I mean, there's so much to see. Take tonight at Madison...
February 06, 1961 | Tex Maule
In the charged, exuberant atmosphere of indoor track and field the crowd is close and noisy, the turns are tight and steep, and the fastest runner often loses to a lesser man with sharper elbows
February 20, 1956
RECORD BREAKERSNYAC meet at Madison Square Garden produced two new world's indoor records and one tie. Lieut. Parry O'Brien bettered his own mark by 3½ inches in 16-pound shotput with heave of 59 feet 9 inches;...
November 29, 1954 | Jerome Weidman
With sports moving indoors, the Weidmans—like most Americans—have to find a place to put their car. "Dominick" is one—sob!—answer
February 28, 1955
Leslie MacMitchell caught up with the only major mile title which had evaded him nine years ago this week during the National A.A.U. track and field championships at Madison Square Garden. Unofficial king of the...