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November 25, 1957
The webfoots of the University of Oregon have had some mighty wet and sticky going since that day in football's paleolithic age when they made their first Rose Bowl appearance—against Pennsylvania in 1917. This year,...
June 16, 1958
RECORD BREAKERS—HUGH ENTROP, 35-year-old swingshifter at Boeing, who spent endless hours building little speedboat with help of Partner-Mechanic Jack Leek, famed Seattle Hydro Genius Ted Jones and his son Ron, roared...
July 14, 1958
Armed with rackets, shells and other weapons of athletic combat, a task force assaulted the Old World and left as many fields in triumph as in honorable defeat
July 28, 1958
Exuberant seattle booster, on learning of the Washington Huskies' victory over five Russian crews in Moscow: "Maybe we ought to move that shell down to the Mediterranean to help out the Sixth Fleet."
September 29, 1958 | Compiled by Mervin Hyman