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November 05, 1956
Max Truex, towheaded little USC sophomore from Warsaw, Ind. whose endurance belies his size, strode through five miles in 24:15.7 for new American record as Olympians engaged in practice meet at Santa Ana, Calif.
November 26, 1956
Neither snow nor ice nor Olympiads will make the cross-country championships close up shop
May 20, 1957
Max Truex, bouncy little USC 130-pounder who reaches only 5 feet 5½ inches even when he stretches, threaded his way carefully but hastily through ponderous field of 47, hit three-mile mark in 13:47.6, completed 5,000...
December 02, 1957
Mickey Mantle, slugging New York Yankee outfielder whose batting tailed off ever so slightly this year, still won American League's MVP award for second time. Said Mickey: "A complete surprise...I thought Ted...