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January 27, 1958 | Bill Mauldin
TWELFTH LEG: Panama City to Puerto Limón, Costa Rica (no airport name on chart). 280 mi. (statute) W. Paved strip, 4,600 ft., no facilities, no landing or parking fees, make own tiedown on sod extension of runway...
February 24, 1958
Chris Von Saltza, 14, San Jose, Calif. free-styler, had herself a time in home town, where she became first U.S. girl to break five minutes for 440 yards (4:54.8), also set five other American swim records.
August 25, 1958
BICYCLE RACING—JACK DISNEY, Pasadena, sr. men's title, for fifth straight year, with 21 pts., Newark, N.J.
April 27, 1959
BOATING—CRYSTALINER, 27-foot cruiser owned by Gordon Hoover, Miami, Miami-Nassau powerboat race, 185 miles in 8:04 to clip better than hour from record.
June 15, 1959 | James Murray
Big league baseball is no longer a novelty, but still the throngs spill into Los Angeles' Coliseum to watch the pennant race in the game's strangest but most exciting setting