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August 16, 1954 | Budd Schulberg
...to play marbles in Evansville, Ind. on Sunday. Staid Boston prohibits the holding of frog-jumping contests in night clubs. In Missouri it is illegal to play any game on the Sabbath.
September 20, 1954 | Albion Hughes
A little-known American has now won both the Derby and the St. Leger
September 27, 1954 | Roger Kahn
?In the spring, when New York's Giants were ending a series of 21 exhibition games with the Cleveland Indians, someone asked Al Lopez to sum up the Giants' pennant chances.
September 27, 1954 | Emmett Gowen
STAR-STUDDED CASTSurf casting along Laguna beach, Wagnerian Soprano Helen Traubel satisfies a great enthusiasm for fishing that goes back to her childhood. Her sports activities also include part ownership of the...
October 04, 1954 | Victor Kalman
Manager Leo Durocher, when asked who was more valuable to the Giants, Willie Mays or Johnny Antonelli, said: "Why don't you ask Roger Bannister which is more valuable, his right leg or his left?"