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September 02, 1957
of the season was pitched last week by Chicago's Bob Keegan as he beat Washington 6-0 ( 17). Five days later he pitched a three-hitter against Baltimore to bring his record to 9-6.
August 19, 1957 | Kenneth Rudeen
Out in Roseland, on the southeast side of Chicago, I sat in the kitchen of Matthew Dillon, fitter and burner at the big nearby General Motors plant. "We never had anything like Little League when we were kids," said...
June 17, 1957
ARCHERYJoe Fries, Los Angeles; SYLVESTER CHESSMAN, Parma, Ohio; ANN CLARK, Cincinnati; BETTY SCHMIDT, Chicago; natl. qualification target tournament winners, Minneapolis.
February 27, 1956
Six years ago this week aging Boy Wonder Willie Hoppe, sport's longest-reigning champion, kept his world's three-cushion billiard title in a playoff against Mexico's Joe Chamaco in Chicago. Until his official...
January 30, 1956