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May 11, 1959
Fred Turner Jr., blunt-spoken Texas oil and cattle man who deems a good horse a "pearl beyond price," unleashes loud victory shout after his Tomy Lee plucked racing's most prized jewel, the Kentucky Derby.
April 06, 1959 | Kenneth Rudeen
It will open this weekend, featuring new medium-priced models among more than 300 cars from eight countries
March 16, 1959 | Mervin Hyman
March 09, 1959 | Mervin Hyman
Tournament berths were disappearing as fast as ice cream at a kindergarten birthday party as both the NCAA and NIT reached out with grasping hands. Conference champions already in the NCAA were Michigan State (Big...
December 22, 1958
More than 19 million fans braved storm and sleet and traffic and heat to watch their favorite college teams play football this year. The total attendance of 19,280,709 for 2,586 games represented a 5.41% increase...