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March 13, 1961
Leading professional and amateur tournaments through May 21
November 14, 1960
Harold Ensley of Kansas City, Mo., hunting-fishing sports-caster on radio and TV, caught no fish in final round but still beat 57 rivals in freshwater division of the World Series of Sport Fishing, an eight-day event...
January 11, 1960
Russell Taylor, 13-year-old golfer from Roxboro, N.C., took on field of 283 other young golfers from 10 states in Donald J. Ross Junior Championship at Pinehurst, N.C., beat them with 18-hole total of 73.
November 09, 1959
Prince Saud Faisal, 19, son of Saudi Arabia's prime minister and nephew of King Saud, became a top soccer prospect at Princeton by knocking in seven of 13 goals made by the freshman squad this season.
November 02, 1959
Dorothy Macleod of Chicago defied critics who said she was too light (108 pounds) to hold a jumping horse, climbed aboard Windsor Castle and won the Big Jump at the Pennsylvania Horse Show at Harrisburg, Pa.