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FACING BEAR FACTS
In tense meetings at Colorado Springs the U.S. athletic community reluctantly lined up to pass up the Olympic Games in the Soviet Union.
In Denver, Delirium is Spelled E-L-W-A-Y
Playing his first NFL game, Quarterback John Elway exceeded even the mile-high hopes of a football-mad city
The Question: Do you agree that to have more deer we should shoot more deer? (Asked at Colorado Springs and Denver)
(Asked at Colorado Springs and Denver) ... The biologists have a point, but in Colorado we want more deer because more and more hunters are coming to our ...
Once More...With Feeling
The Denver Broncos, 0 for 3 in the Super Bowl, earned the chance to try again after beating the Cleveland Browns 37-21 for the AFC crown
IT WAS A TOWERING SUCCESS
The USOC moved its headquarters from Manhattan to Colorado Springs in June and it has located one of its two new Olympic Training Centers in the same city.
No Way They're Going to Hold Him Back
Schoolboy sensation Bobby Carpenter's next destination could well be the NHL
The 50 Greatest Sports Figures From Colorado
COLORADO SPRINGS World figure skating champion from 1953 to '56; won Olympic gold in '56. #17 David Jenkins COLORADO SPRINGS
The Question: Which sells more newspapers, the front page or the sports page? (Asked at the AP Managing Editors' Convention, Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs)
(Asked at the AP Managing Editors' Convention, Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs). By Jimmy Jemail · Feb. 13, 1956 · View Cover. View Cover. Feb. 13, 1956.
Colorado schoolboy Justin Armour is a scholar-athlete who is almost too good to be true