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February 04, 1957
WHO WILL BUY MY VIOLETS?The glistening structure of the 53-foot Wheeler cruiser shown at the New York Boat Show last week put a gold-plated sheen on the old peddler's cry. The cry did not go unheeded. On the show's...
July 22, 1957
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September 23, 1957
Dong Kingman, the artist who painted it, calls this striking watercolor Pigskin Game. In it are all the bright, and sometimes grim, aspects of football juxtaposed to form a skillfully decorative spectacle. Kingman,...
December 09, 1957
Built for power, Texas Quarterback Bobby Lackey (22) goes up and over for a first-period touchdown when he finds the ground route too crowded for comfort at College Station. Lackey also kicked a 28-yard field goal to...
FIRST OF TWO PARTS: SPORTS IN JAPAN. In the dozen-odd years since the end of World War II, Western sports have become almost a w
February 24, 1958 | Herbert Warren Wind
No less than 11 daily newspapers devoted to sports—one with a circulation of over 400,000—are published in Japan today. These papers were never gobbled up faster than they were the last week of October 1957, when...