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April 29, 1963
The derby preview evaluates Candy Spots, Never Bend—and No Robbery—while a university professor explains why, win or lose, the mutuels are stacked against the bettor.
January 06, 1958 | Harry Phillips
No matter how he travels for the rest of his life, Bill Mauldin will always to some extent be associated with the earthbound jeep, which at times played almost as dominant a role in his cartoons of World War II as...
December 23, 1957 | Harry Phillips
To all of you—A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! It's never been more of a pleasure to say it, and for one reason, because it gives me a chance to tell you of some of the things to come in SPORTS...
February 14, 1955 | Bill Mauldin
Johnny Weissmuller, who dominated U.S. freestyle swimming in the 1920s and three times won Olympic titles, now occasionally loses a dash across his Los Angeles pool to Johnny Jr., who, at 14, is 6 foot 1 and has...
December 06, 1954
Sirs:I am a duck hunter and greatly admire your cover on the Nov. 15 issue. Would it be possible to buy a copy of the print suitable for framing. Usually it is the mallard or pintail that is glamourized, that is why...