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Willful Nashua's last-jump victory over Summer Tan in the $111,700 Wood Memorial makes him the prime favorite in the Kentucky Derby, but his backers will still die a little when they bet him—he has now beaten Summer...
July 11, 1955
The Question: Norbert L. Harms of St. Louis, in his answer to the Hotbox question, "Should women hunt?" said: "...basically, wom
August 01, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
AVERY BRUNDAGE, ChicagoPresident, International Olympic Committee"No. A great benefit derived from sport is the development of moral fiber and sportsmanship. Women have made considerable progress even though they are...
January 30, 1956 | Robert Creamer
In the event that you are trying to pinpoint in your mind the things you should remember about Avery Brundage, the strong-faced gentleman pictured on the opposite page, he is the black villain who, in his 24-year...