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October 01, 1956
Donald Campbell, shaken and battered while his lobster-shaped Bluebird lopped and rolled, roared over England's Lake Coniston at 286.78 mph, averaged 225.63 mph for two-way run to break own speed record for...
March 25, 1957
HOGAN: A LOSS MADE GOODSirs:Ben Hogan and his articles ("The Grip," March 11; "Stance and Posture," March 18) have upset Charlottesville and everyone who plays golf. The University of Virginia golf team is practicing...
September 30, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
DAN PARKERNew York MirrorSports editorBad. Baseball players are individualists. They'd never agree to standardized pay, even though, at one time, baseball almost had a union. Larry MacPhail of the Yankees and Tom...
March 17, 1958 | Joe Cannon
Teaching a person to overcome a slice or fade gives me great satisfaction. My best results are obtained, I find, by drawing a comparison between the hitting action of the baseball player who can only hit to the...
October 27, 1958 | Joe Cannon
Golfers frequently question me about what appears to be, in the swings of the best golfers, a sitting-down motion at the beginning of the downswing. I explain to them that they get this impression because a good...