June 03, 1991 | Gary Smith
Willie Clark once had a lot to live for. Now he lives for the singular distinction of being the oldest active jockey.
June 19, 1989 | Edited by Gay Flood
KENTUCKY EXPERIENCEWith its sanctions against the University of Kentucky basketball program (Dodging a Bullet, May 29), the NCAA has made a strong statement that it intends to enforce its rules. But are those rules...
September 06, 1982 | Edited by Gay Flood
FRANCOSir:Roy Blount Jr.'s piece on Franco Harris (The Ascent of an Enigma, Aug. 23) was extraordinary. I thought such mastery might be lost forever with the passing of Red Smith. But I think even Red would be hard...
March 27, 1978 | Edited by Gay Flood
BASEBALL'S INNOVATORSir:It is sad that Bill Veeck is not the Commissioner of Baseball, because then the whole baseball world would benefit from this great man's innovative genius instead of just the Chicago White Sox...
March 13, 1978 | Demmie Stathoplos
Charles Town and Shenandoah Downs are a far cry from Hialeah, but June Johnson, one of the nation's top trainers, thrives on these weather-beaten tracks