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April 18, 1955
Jack Slack, a dirty fighter with a hard punch, ended Jack Broughton's distinguished reign as heavyweight champion of England 205 years ago this week. Temporarily blinded after a few minutes of fighting, the clever...
THE CUMBERLAND CLASSIC KICKS OFF THE EASTERN SEASON WITH ELEVEN RACES FOR 272 DRIVERS, AMERICA'S BIGGEST EVENT EVER
May 23, 1955 | John Bentley
Into the bustling, rain-soaked railroad junction town of Cumberland, Md. (pop. 37,000) there descended last weekend an automotive avalanche unparalleled in the postwar history of American sports car racing. Lashed on...
December 26, 1955 | Collected by Reginald Wells
May 28, 1956 | Percy Knauth
A David among Goliaths, Jack McAfee hurtled his little Porsche to second in the big race and won another for a Cumberland coup
June 04, 1956
NOW COMES THE BELMONTSirs:Even this not too discerning reader found the answer to Whitney Tower's question Can Anyone Beat Needles? (SI, May 21). By pointing out that the Preakness is 110 yards shorter than the Derby...