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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...
June 29, 1959 | Tex Maule
April 06, 1959
Dallas Long, an 18-year-old USC freshman who may yet be first to put shot 65 feet, took on Parry O'Brien at his own game at Santa Barbara, Calif., got off 63-foot 2-inch heave to equal O'Brien's world mark.
March 09, 1959
And it did, with the customary inevitability of death and taxes: Carol Heiss kept right on winning, Willie Pastrano kept on losing, a youngster got a veritable rise out of Parry O'Brien and, by zoom, zoom, zooming,...
March 02, 1959
It was very likely the best indoor track meet of all time. Ron Delany, who came only to win, had to break his own world indoor record to do it and, for one of the few times in his career, he circled the track at...