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May 19, 1958
RECORD BREAKERS—GARY HEINRICH, flipper-footed Hayward (Calif.) H.S. youngster who is rapidly becoming one of nation's best Olympic prospects, hauled down still another U.S. interscholastic swim record at Santa Clara,...
August 03, 1959
The Russian athletes who appeared at the dual track meet in Philadelphia gave mighty few indications of how they felt about what they saw in the United States, but there was one occasion of significant exception. On...
August 24, 1959
In august, when the searing sun has broiled the very will to work and the worker as well, a great vacation exodus permits some flight from the intolerable. But what of those whose roles allow them no such brief...
October 05, 1959 | Jimmy Jemail
RICHARD M. NIXON Vice-President of U.S. As a spectator sport, baseball is still our typical game. However, as a participant sport, I think there is a danger. The major leagues have a real problem in promoting more...
January 11, 1960
Richard Nixon, grand marshal of the Rose Bowl: "As Vice-president I'm neutral. But as a Californian I'm for the West."