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November 04, 1957 | Roy Terrell
December 01, 1958
Claude Gilstrap, Arlington (Texas) Junior College coach, grumbling over the 1958 points-after-touchdown rule: "It puts too much pressure on the cheerleaders. Until this season they always knew which yell to use when...
November 14, 1960 | Roy Terrell
Not since the days of Bernie Bierman had Minneapolis cheered so lustily. Led by Fullback Roger Hagberg, here setting off on a 42-yard run for the game's decisive touchdown, Minnesota last Saturday took all the speed...
January 09, 1961 | Alfred Wright
An invading horde of friends and relatives watched Washington and Minnesota win half a game apiece, but in the end the Huskies ran the higher score with a swift and artful offense
January 09, 1961
If the Olympics provided no Incontrovertible hero for 1960, the Games did provide, at least in U.S. eyes, an incontrovertible heroine, Wilma Rudolph. Slender Skeeter Rudolph, the fastest of that team of Tennessee...