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Track & Field: Real Pressure

TRACK & FIELD It was "Randy Matson Day" in College Station, Texas, last week, and Texas A. & M.'s best-known student was a little embarrassed by all the fuss...

Track & Field: Another for Superman

TRACK & FIELD At last week's Southwest Conference track meet in College Station, Texas, just a week after he had smashed the old world record with a toss of 69...

Track & Field: Breaking the Dash Barrier

Few barriers have withstood the test of flying feet as stubbornly as Armin Hary's world record of 10 sec. flat for the 100-meter dash—set by the West German...

Sport: Industrial Track & Field

In Philadelphia one B. Porinossnick, representative of the New York Stock Exchange, arrayed in running trousers, dashed a mile in the Municipal Stadium,...

Track & Field: The Fosbury Flop

The Chinese read backwards, and it doesn't seem to hurt their eyes. The Czechs make movies backwards, and do all right at the box office. So why shouldn't an...

Track & Field: One Man's Meet

TRACK & FIELD Careful research, meaning a talk with his wife, has disproved the notion that Randy Matson, 22, has a red S for Superman inscribed on his chest...

Track & Field: And Now the One-Mile Dash

TRACK & FIELD The time may be near when track officials will have to reclassify the mile as a dash instead of a run. In the 13 years since Britain's Roger...

Track & Field: Something Went Wrong

Pole vaulter Brian Sternberg, 20, always refused to take himself seriously. A sophomore at the University of Washington, Sternberg was genuinely surprised...

Sport: Track & Field

In the National Collegiate Athletic Association championships at Soldier Field, Chicago: ¶Glenn Cunningham, Kansas University's famed middle-distance man, ran...

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