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November 28, 1960 | Warren Robertson
The story that follows is improbable but true. Warren Robertson does exist; he lives today in New York, a promising director-actor-producer. He was a draftee on that confused day in 1955 when the U.S. Army, in its...
October 31, 1960
4—Joy B. Leviton9—drawing by James Flora11—Raoul Echeverria, U.S. Army, A.P.25—Australian Consolidated Press32—European38—Warren Ballard45—Hans Knopf-Pix46—U.P.I.49—Hy Peskin50—Marvin E. Newman51—Hy Peskin, Marvin E....
August 01, 1960
BICYCLING—The 1960 U.S. OLYMPIC ROAD TEAM which qualified at trials in Central Park, N.Y. (see page 42): MICHAEL HILTNER and LARS ZEBROSKI, both of Pedale Alpini Club, Los Angeles; ROBERT TETZLAFF, U.S. Army; WES...
March 28, 1960
Bill Blankenship, 30, U.S. Army sergeant at Fort Benning, Ga. took National Midwinter Pistol Championships in Tampa with record score (2,649 out of possible 2,700), won .22, .38 and .45 caliber events.
July 13, 1959
BOXING—EZZARD CHARLES, 37, former heavyweight champion, fat and flabby and lumbering at 204 pounds, made still another abortive comeback attempt, scored 7-round TKO over one Dave Ashley, Cincinnati.