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February 08, 1960
Jerrie Cobb, 28, Of Norman, Okla., who started flying at 12, has logged more than 6,000 flight hours, has set three world records, was named aviation's "woman of the year" by Women's NAA in Washington.
THE QUESTION: Do basketball referees favor the home team? (Asked of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S basketball correspondents)
February 29, 1960 | Jimmy Jemail
KAYE KESSLERThe Columbus Citizen-JournalColumbus, OhioDefinitely, but generally unconsciously. Many are influenced by crowd reactions; some are intimidated by the home coach. The official who is out of position...
April 18, 1960 | Robert Wernick
August 08, 1960 | Hays Gorey
Salt Lake City mechanic and driver Athol Graham, trying for a new speed record at 400 mph, was killed when a wheel flew off his homemade car
January 15, 1962
Natalie Steward, 18, of Rhodesia, who swam for Britain and won two medals at the 1960 Olympics, had her time of 1 min. 11 sec. for the 110-yard backstroke ratified last week as a world record by the International...