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September 29, 1958 | Charles Goren
From the ring of the cheers that echoed in the huge Viking Auditorium of Oslo's City Hall, you would have thought that Norway's own contract bridge team had won the European Championship. But, for the third...
March 17, 1958 | Milt Dunnell/(Sports Editor, 'Toronto Star')
Canadian hockeymen, who had dropped the last two world 'amateur' titles to the Russians, had to win this time or be banished by the fans to their own Siberia. So they did
March 10, 1958
•That is none other than Sal Maglie above, peering grimly at the batter in a familiar pose. Sal discusses the art of pitching in the first of a series on big-league secrets.
August 19, 1957
Josh Culbreath, former Morgan State College star from Norris-town, Pa., now member of peripatetic U.S. track squad, scissored over 440-yard hurdles in breathless 50.5 at Oslo's Bislet Stadium to chop 8/10 of second...
March 11, 1957 | Horace Sutton
Finland won the ski prizes, but the Norwegian hosts held first place for hospitality during the Holmenkollen festival