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August 23, 1954
THE BIG MONEY GOLFERBob Toski, who can't tolerate a hat but suffers from migraine when he plays golf bareheaded, and Earl Stewart Jr., who suffers loneliness when he plays without his 7-year-old son Chip, protected...
May 02, 1955 | Robert Creamer
June 27, 1955
Brooklyn's most artful Dodger is hitting better than Mays and many baseball men consider him at least Willie's equal as an outfielder
August 15, 1955
Scott Frost repaid the confidence of the handicappers by trotting to victory in the Hambletonian with two consecutive near-record heats. Then his owner sent a rose from the winner's wreath to Swaps, a fellow...
IT WAS ONLY AN INCIDENT, BUT IT SHOULD BE A WARNING TO WILLIE MAYS: HE CAN MAKE OR BREAK HIMSELF AS A BIG STAR
August 29, 1955 | Robert Creamer
Willie Mays declined to run after a ball last week and in so doing (or not doing) stirred up a nice little hornets' nest.