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June 26, 1961
If the sports celebrities assembled for this unique group portrait appear to be frozen in apprehension, it might be because Alfred Arthur Rouse, the Blazing Car Murderer, and George Joseph Smith, infamous killer of...
July 11, 1960
ARCHERY—FAYE SCONYERS, Modesto, Calif, successfully defended her women's instinctive class title in National Field Archery Championships at Grayling, Mich., at same time set national record by scoring 2,447 points;...
August 26, 1963
BASEBALL—After talking about it with his wife for the "last two or three years," STAN MUSIAL, 42, finally decided to retire as an active major-leaguer. When he plays his last regular season game on September 29...
October 24, 1966 | Kim Chapin
Only 5 feet 2 and 18 years old, Rosemary Casals of San Francisco hits the ball so hard and moves around the court with such agility it seems just a matter of time until she takes over as the next queen of tennis
July 15, 1963
BOATING—Strung out across the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans were 46 of the world's finest ocean racing crafts. Spread along the 2,225-mile downhill run to HONOLULU were 32 yachts, ranging from the 90-foot ketch, Novia...