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September 10, 1956 | Art Buchwald
The author, European columnist for the New York Herald Tribune, has been observing aspects of life in America.
September 27, 1954 | Herman Hickman
There is a lot of rough terrain between Pike's Peak and the Pacific, and it has bred a lot of tough football teams. The Pacific Coast Conference plays some of the fanciest football in the country; and though the Rose...
August 06, 1956 | Herman Hickman
September 23, 1957 | Jack Olsen
The family group above is one of the reasons for Forest Evashevski's reputation as the iconoclast of college football. His wife Ruth, daughter of former U.S. Senator Prentiss Brown of Michigan, has blessed their...
July 27, 1959
TRACK & FIELD—In spirit of good will and keen competition at Philadelphia, U.S. men outscored Russians 127-108, and Soviet gals beat Americans 67-40 (see pages 14-23). Two world shotput records fell when Parry...