- Muy loco down in San AntoneLarry Kenon and fellow Spur egos have enfevered a win-starved populaceJohn Papanek | May 14, 1979
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November 05, 1956
Max Truex, towheaded little USC sophomore from Warsaw, Ind. whose endurance belies his size, strode through five miles in 24:15.7 for new American record as Olympians engaged in practice meet at Santa Ana, Calif.
June 20, 1966 | Gloria D. Miklowitz
The idea of making a surfboard less cumbersome by cutting it in half is not new, but up to now the problem has been to design a collapsible board that would really work. Herman Bank, a Jet Propulsion Laboratory staff...
June 17, 1968 | Jack Olsen
'Come on down,' says Mexico, and for the first time since Los Angeles, 1932, Americans can drive to a summer Olympics. The route, as your correspondent discovered, is anything but a bore
July 17, 2000
Hal Hudson, HoustonPowerliftingHudson, 63, a lawyer, bench-pressed 248 pounds, deadlifted 473 and squatted 391 to win the 60-64 division of the U.S. Masters Powerlifting Championships, his 15th masters title....
November 14, 1966 | Tom C. Brody
The hot winds died, the fogs disappeared and the Aztecs of San Diego combined blazing speed with Don Horn's accurate passes to swamp North Dakota State and become the country's No. 1 small-college team