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February 11, 1957
•Caliente's Future Past?The Post Office Department took a swing at the Caliente Future Book (futures on Kentucky Derby, etc.), announced that Caliente-bound mail will be intercepted, marked "fraudulent," returned to...
The Question: President Eisenhower is concerned about the physical fitness of our youth. Do you have the same problem in your co
February 18, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
KING SAUDSaudi ArabiaAlthough sports are compulsory in all our schools it is scarcely necessary because boys and girls will play if given encouragement. I, personally, offer various prizes for the winners. The most...
April 22, 1957
November 09, 1959
Prince Saud Faisal, 19, son of Saudi Arabia's prime minister and nephew of King Saud, became a top soccer prospect at Princeton by knocking in seven of 13 goals made by the freshman squad this season.
December 12, 1960
Janie Pinkston, 13, eighth-grade chess player from Lansing, Mich. who holds state women's amateur title, kept unruly brown hair from her eyes long enough to win five games, draw a sixth, top 26 entrants in elementary...