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July 28, 1958
Swinging down the lane, Chris Chataway (left), Roger Bannister and Peter Driver leave Buckingham Palace with message from Queen officially opening British Empire Games in Cardiff, Wales.
February 16, 1959
Don Bragg, nursing a novel suspicion of what might have jogged the-pole-vault bar: "It might have been the religious medal I was wearing."
August 14, 1961
Diane Ellison, a junior at the University of Washington, dunked Defending Champion Bette Ellis of Clarkston, Wash. a split second before tumbling in herself, captured women's birling title in world's log-rolling at...
March 19, 1962
For watchers on the riverbanks from Henley to the Charles, rowing is a sport for spring, an excuse for happy picnics in the grass. For the college galley slaves it's a different matter entirely. Here, practicing as...
July 30, 1962
SUBSTANDARD LARDSirs:President John F. Kennedy's article (The Vigor We Need, July 16) gives to the public a sound, fundamental program for development of good, rugged individuals of all ages.DAVID D....