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August 13, 1956
•Two-Way Break Floyd Patterson's mending metacarpal may turn out to be the luckiest break ever for Middleweight Champ Ray Robinson. With the Patterson-Archie Moore fight postponed until October or even next spring,...
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November 20, 1961
An artist and writer join to paint a vivid picture of an Illinois town called Cairo, where shotgunners, geese, gangsters and B-girls are gathered for a freewheeling fall convention.
November 27, 1961
On a low, levee-protected tongue of Illinois land at the confluence of the Mississippi and Ohio rivers there sleeps a remnant of a city called Cairo. Years ago Cairo (rhymes with Pharaoh) was a roaring river town,...
April 20, 1964
If things ever get to the slugging stage down Panama way, newly appointed U.S. Ambassador Jack Hood Vaughn may prove an envoy with built-in scour power. A three-time Golden Gloves champion who went on to become a...