Showing 1 - 10 of 15 Stories for Roy Terrell
There are those who will tell you that Pete Dawkins of Army was not the best all- round college football player of 1958â€”and perhaps they are right. But for sheer ...
Through peril and confusions, SMU and Temple fought their way alongside Iowa and mighty San Francisco into basketball's NCAA SEMIFINALS.
THE LITTLE MEN
Modern basketball considers the 6-footer a relative midget, but 1956 could go down in history as the year of THE LITTLE MEN.
ROAD TO MELBOURNE
Talent-packed NCAA, Interservice championships are first of four California stops for U.S. athletes on the road to Melbourne.
For silver and gold
To a baseball fan, the month of September is historicallyâ€”and sometimes hystericallyâ€”a time to be spent in fervent observation of the major league pennant ...
FAST WORK AT ASPEN
The dazzling Colorado sun bounced off the snowy slopes of the great mountain and danced through the wide windows of the ski lodge at Aspen. It framed, in ...
YOUNG MEN AT WORK—MAYBE
Up from the minor leagues to win jobs in the big time come a handful of promising youngsters who may be fun to watch in '59.
AN ELECTION BY PEERS
In a desperate moment the Commissioner of Baseball threw the annual All-Star vote into the laps of the players. The result was a couple of the fairest, most ...
HAWKEYE AND HIS BOY SCOUTS
Paul Richards can be cold as a prairie winter, tough as a Longhorn steer. But there is patience and understanding in this baseball genius who has made a ...