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October 24, 1960
John W. Allen, of Buffalo, pharmaceutical supplies salesman who placed 24th in Rome as member of U.S. Olympic walking team, scuttled across finish line in 2 hours and 3 minutes to win National 2 5-km. Championship...
January 09, 1961
If the Olympics provided no Incontrovertible hero for 1960, the Games did provide, at least in U.S. eyes, an incontrovertible heroine, Wilma Rudolph. Slender Skeeter Rudolph, the fastest of that team of Tennessee...
September 25, 1961 | Tex Maule
Dick Attlescy, 110-meter hurdlesWorld record 1950, 13.5
October 23, 1961
CONTINUING ENDSirs:I am truly amazed at the distorted and slanted articles by Tex Maule (The End of the AAU, Sept. 25; The Revolt Spreads, Oct. 9).
August 13, 1962
BASEBALL—the AMERICAN LEAGUE made up for its earlier loss to the National League by taking the second All-Star Game 9-4 at Chicago's Wrigley Field. Home runs by Pete Runnels, Leon Wagner and Rocky Colavito—the last...