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March 24, 1958
Nancy O'Connell, pert 17-year-old Chicagoan, defeated Bonnie Mencher 6-8, 6-3, 6-1 for national women's indoor tennis title at Brookline, Mass. Nancy also teamed with Carol Hanks, 14, for doubles crown.
March 17, 1958
NEW THOUGHTS ON OLD FOESSirs:While the editors of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED obviously thought deeply concerning the NCAA's advice against letting the pro football Steelers play in the University of Pittsburgh's amateur...
February 24, 1958
Chris Von Saltza, 14, San Jose, Calif. free-styler, had herself a time in home town, where she became first U.S. girl to break five minutes for 440 yards (4:54.8), also set five other American swim records.
December 09, 1957
It's Gulliver among the Lilliputians here again, with CONNECTICUT in the starring role and the switch being that the little creatures are unable to tie this giant down. The UConns have won the Yankee title nine times...
October 07, 1957 | John Chapman
A drama critic (New York "Daily News"), whose hobby is vacation travel, wanders through some ghost towns in his native state of Colorado