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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...
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,...
February 10, 1958
Vice-President Richard Nixon, extemporizing at the New York Baseball Writers' dinner: "Baseball without fans is like Jayne Mansfield without a sweater." (Laughter.) "That can be taken two ways can't it?"
October 14, 1957
Robert L. King, top aide to Vice-President Richard Nixon and onetime FBI agent, has been named executive director of 1960 Winter Olympic Games, will soon undertake to organize gigantic athletic operation in...
September 30, 1957 | Harry Phillips
Two weeks ago Tuesday night, at the final dinner of the President's Council on Fitness, Vice-President Richard M. Nixon presented four silver Revere bowls, the SPORTS ILLUSTRATED trophies, to four chapter presidents...