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January 26, 1959
The Bolsheviks, who arrived at the Harvard-Russia hockey match attired in black coats, black toppers and black beards to cheer the Russians wildly (and later admit through their beards to being Boston University...
February 02, 1959 | Mervin Hyman
Although many of the nation's college basketball players deserted the boards for the books and midyear exams, there were some who managed to keep the round ball bouncing. Auburn stretched its all-winning streak to 24...
April 13, 1959
BASEBALL—The exhibition season dwindled into obscurity as major leagues got ready for opening day. As far as Las Vegas books were concerned, New York and Milwaukee were still teams to beat. Yankees were quoted at 1-3...
April 20, 1959 | Jeremiah Tax
Two of pro basketball's weaker franchises were greatly strengthened in the playoffs won by the squad of superstars from Boston
April 20, 1959
BASEBALL—It took some doing in a few areas (see page 18), but major leagues eventually got season off ground. New York Yankees, rained out twice, finally got to play Boston, and even Casey Stengel was satisfied when...