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August 27, 1956
Don Wilson, 24-year-old Rollins College graduate who has driven unlimited hydroplanes for only a year, piloted George Simon's U.S. II to easy victory in Detroit's Silver Cup regatta, averaging 83.160 mph in final...
March 26, 1956
March 05, 1956 | Roy Terrell
In college basketball, a week of balmy promise for some top tournament-hungry teams ended in confusion on BLACK SATURDAY
EVEN THE LOSS OF K. C. JONES MAY NOT COST SAN FRANCISCO THE NCAA TITLE—BUT IT WILL MAKE THE DONS' JOB TOUGHER
January 23, 1956 | Roy Terrell
All normal methods having failed, resigned opponents were prepared to invoke extraterrestrial assistance last week as the only remaining hope of stopping the University of San Francisco before it won another national...
DESIGNED TO MINIMIZE HEIGHT ADVANTAGE, BASKETBALL'S NEW 12-FOOT-WIDE FOUL LANE PASSES THE FIRST BIG TEST—IT WORKS
December 26, 1955 | Roy Terrell
One sunday morning in the mid-1930s a startled nation of comic strip readers, nurtured on the gentle antics of Little Orphan Annie and Andy Gump and Moon Mullins and as yet untoughened by the machinations of Al Capp,...