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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.
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...
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
May 02, 1955 | Robert Creamer
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...