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March 06, 1978 | Edited by Robert H. Boyle
•Susan Hemond, 18-year-old daughter of White Sox General Manager Roland Hemond, asked if her winning time of 5:29 in the mile in a track meet at Pasadena City College was her best one. "It's my only one."
December 10, 1962
Nancy Davis, 20, a sophomore al Pasadena City College who was faced with the unusual choice (to fulfill a gym assignment) of doing a book report or trying out for queen of Pasadena's Tournament of Roses, picked the...
December 14, 1959
General Douglas Mac Arthur received gold medal of Football Foundation for his lifelong support of the game, made memorable acceptance speech in rare public appearance in New York (see page 26).
December 16, 1957
John Crow, Texas A&M's crunching bread-and-butter halfback on just about everyone's All-America, calmly received news of selection for Heisman Trophy as nation's top player: "I'm afraid I'll wake up and find out it...
October 21, 1957
Monty Stickles, bulky Notre Dame third-string sophomore end from Poughkeepsie, N.Y., made his first field-goal try one to remember, lofting ball over from 28-yard line with six minutes to play for 23-21 victory over...