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TENDONS IN TENSION
For on-the-scene reports by Paul O'Neil from Boulder and Mary Snow from Ponca City, see page 17. This is an article from the July 4, 1955 issue Original Layout.
BEST ON ICE IN THE SPOTLIGHT
With enormous talent and a devoted coach, Barbara Wagner and Bob Paul have literally set audiences ablaze in the world of figure skating. By Mary Snow.
Shadow Of A Nation
The Crows, once proud warriors, now seek glory—but often find tragedy—in basketball
By Mary Snow · Previous Article 19th HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER · Next Article U.S. BRIDGE TEAM. Editors' Picks. Next Stop: Greatness. From Issue.
FIRM HAND, FAIR LADY
FIRM HAND, FAIR LADY. By Mary Snow · March 07, 1960 · View Cover. View Cover. March 07, 1960. ,. Original Layout. After clinching a gold medal with one of ...
PAN AMERICANS IN CHICAGO
by Mary Snow. Originally Posted: August 31, 1959. From Lake Michigan west to the town of Hinsdale, where equestrian teams sent their mounts over jump after ...
THE GIRLS AT PONCA CITY
By Mary Snow. View Cover. View Cover. July 04, 1955. Original Layout. Blonde Gayle Dierks has never been able to compete in interscholastic track and field ...
especially for weekend golfers
CAN THE SOVIET GIRLS BE STOPPED? By Mary Snow · Previous Article X-RAY · Next Article BUZZARDS BAY BERTH. By Mort Lund. Editors' Picks. Frank Hall ...
THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT
By Mary Snow · Previous Article EVENTS & DISCOVERIES · Next Article OLYMPIANS PUT AVERY BRUNDAGE ON THE SPOT. Editors' Picks. 'Twas The ...
THE FOOT-LOOSE SPORTSMAN IN DETROIT
By Mary Snow · Previous Article ACKNOWLEDGMENTS · Next Article 19th HOLE : THE READERS TAKE OVER. Editors' Picks. Frank Hall, American Hero.