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June 06, 1960
Julie Kay Pratt, 18, a brown-eyed beauty from Ball State Teachers College, Muncie, Ind., was crowned queen of the "500" Festival, given assignment of bussing winner of Indianapolis "500" on brow—an honor usually...
July 04, 1960
BOATING—CARLETON MITCHELL made his third straight pass in Newport-Bermuda race, proved it takes more skill than luck to win (see page 16). Mitchell won on corrected time with his beamy little yawl Finisterre. H. G....
July 25, 1960
BICYCLING—GASTONE NENCINI, Italy, to the humiliation of France, pedaled into Paris, victor in 22-day Tour de France. Nencini won the world's longest bike race (2,607 miles) without winning any of the 21 stages of the...
July 25, 1960 | Huston Horn
It was a hectic week for women athletes—in flying, swimming and track and field
August 15, 1960 | Arlie W. Schardt
Not even appendicitis could stop the determined young swimmers who made the 1960 U. S. Olympic team