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June 24, 1957
Thursday, June 13 will go down in baseball history not so much for its baseball as for a couple of Homeric Donnybrooks, one in the American League and one in the National, in which major leaguers smote each other...
May 26, 1958
Well-aimed flip by Johns Hopkins' Jory (right) gets past Maryland Goalie Kennedy (46) at Baltimore. Unbeaten Hopkins won 11-10, to move a step closer to second straight lacrosse title.
July 06, 1959 | Roy Terrell
In a mercenary mood, the major leaguers split their big midsummer spectacle into two parts. Act I goes on next week in Pittsburgh, and it still figures to be quite a show
August 03, 1959 | James Murray
Pennant fever," Los Angeles style, seems, at first glance, to be an anomaly. There is no snake dancing on the freeways, no free champagne being broken out at Romanoff's, and Hungarian directors have not yet...
August 10, 1959 | Les Woodcock