Sport: Scoreboard, Mar. 14, 1960

¶ Fresh from winning a gold medal at the Eighth Winter Olympics in California's Squaw Valley, blonde Carol Heiss, 20, stopped off in Vancouver long enough on her way home to New York City to win her fifth straight women's world figure skating championship with a stunning display of acrobatics and poise.

¶ For months the athletic directors of the Midwest's Big Ten, the nation's toughest conference across the board, have feuded with faculties determined to tone down the heavy emphasis on sports. Last week faculty representatives voted to cancel the 14-year pact with the Rose Bowl (where Big Ten teams...

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