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February 24, 1958 | Jimmy Jemail
ROGER BANNISTERLondonFirst four-minute milerAlcohol is only harmful in excess. Taken occasionally in moderation it can help break the monotony of strict training. I cannot remember an athlete who was a total...
June 23, 1958
4—Wendell MacRae6—A.P.12—A.P.13—Reuter-European, Keystone; right, European, A.P. (3), U.P.I. (2)14—Ernie Day18—U.S. Olympic Committee (5), Jack Fields, Frank Jones, Forest Stroup-Arizona Republic, Durr D'Ambra,...
January 12, 1959 | Jimmy Jemail
ART DEVLINLake Placid, N.Y.Four-time national championJumping. Time is the only thing that matters in the other events, whereas in jumping, you are judged by style and distance. Style is just as important as...
February 16, 1959
Chris Von Saltza, of Los Gatos, Calif., in Australia for national titles meet this week, broke Aussie 200-meter backstroke record with time of 2:39.7 in a warmup-meet thrash in Brisbane.
January 18, 1960
All limes are E.S.T.