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September 26, 1955 | Robert Creamer
WHERE AND WHEN: First game next Wednesday, Sept. 28; succeeding games each day thereafter until one team wins four and world's championship. First two games scheduled to be played in Yankee Stadium, next three in...
November 21, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
Soccer draws more than 100,000 in Europe, but hardly draws at all in the U.S. Why?
The Question: In Europe a soccer match may draw more than 100,000 people but the game has relatively few fans in the U.S. Why?
November 28, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
G. K. (JOE) GUENNELIndiana UniversitySoccer Coach"Soccer has to compete with big-time sports. It offers neither money nor glory, so incentive is lacking. As long as there is no college soccer, there'll be no high...
December 26, 1955 | Gerald Holland
It gives man his best illusion of grace, but it was not mastered until an American, Jackson Haines, borrowed a bit from the ballet
January 02, 1956
Spring baseball training begins March 1, and ordinarily the air would now be full of winter trades. One reason for the relative quiet in the American League: instead of flying back from Japan with the Yankees last...