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February 22, 1960
HOCKEY—In annual match against Cambridge (playing in it merits a half-Blue), Pete Dawkins. West Point '59, set fast and furious pace for Oxford, scored a goal, earned two assists before suffering a broken jaw during...
February 15, 1960
BOBSLEDDING—Italy's Eugenio Monti confounded experts at world bobsled championships at Cortina, Italy, by steering Italy's four-man team to .2-second victory over favored German and U.S. teams with aggregate time of...
January 25, 1960
BASKETBALL—BOSTON, leader in NBA Eastern Division standings; ST. LOUIS, leader in Western Division.
January 18, 1960 | William Leggett
Detroit's Terry Sawchuk is the chief reason the Red Wings may make the playoffs
November 30, 1959 | William Leggett
Those ever-powerful Montreal Canadiens start a seven-game spin through the National Hockey League which, if successful, could end the season just two short months after it began