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March 05, 1956
John Haines, University of Pennsylvania sprinter who is undefeated in championship 60s (four AAU and three IC4A titles), became first man in 35-year IC4A history to tie world record (6.1), establishing mark in...
February 20, 1956
Carin Cone, 15-year-old Ridgewood, N.J. backstroker, brightened U.S. Olympic hopes as she tied the 150-yard American backstroke record (1:48.2) set when she was a baby; at New Haven. Carin is national 100- and...
November 14, 1955 | Harry Phillips
Chess, bird watching and the Olympic Fund may not appear at first glance to be closely related, but as I ran into them one day last week, they were. Each had a story to tell about what happens, as something so often...
October 10, 1955
Sirs:When you first ran the story of Harvey Knox (SI, Sept. 6, 1954) and his indecorous exploitation of his son and daughter, I was disgusted with SI and wrote and told you so. It would seem that many other people...
March 14, 1955 | William Johnson
The U.S. has a lively crop of home-grown young skiers who are schussing hard with 1956 in view