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March 26, 1956 | Dan Parker
Frankie Carbo keeps his promise and Blinky gets his payoff with SAXTON'S REWARD
January 30, 1956
Len Hutton, agile Yorkshireman who became England's greatest living cricketer and first professional captain, much to the consternation of diehard amateurs, found his ailing back too great a handicap, announced his...
June 20, 1955 | Budd Schulberg
In a bloody and courageous battle a thwarted champion had his day
June 20, 1955
Swaps and Nashua made it dramatically clear that their two-horse match race (planned for Chicago next August and reported last week in SI) would be one of the most exciting in turf history—Nashua by a nine-length...
April 11, 1955
In winning Jamaica's six-furlong Experimental Handicap from an undistinguished field, New England's unbeaten Boston Doge proved only that he may be the best of the nobodies-don't count on his being entered against...