March 20, 1972
"I could see the sweat droplets fly off Mike Quarry's body," began New York Post Sports-writer Sheila Moran's story, in suitably gee-whiz fashion, as she became the first woman to cover a boxing match from ringside...
June 03, 1968
Gold scissors snipped a green-and-white ribbon last week and the new Belmont Park was open, a 430-acre, $30 million demonstration that some degree of unhurried and even gracious civilization can survive in a sporting...
September 05, 1966 | Whitney Tower
Only five starters turned out for the Hopeful Stakes at Saratoga, a race that often establishes a favorite for the 2-year-old championship, but the winner overcame an odds-on three-horse entry in impressive style
October 25, 1965
BASEBALL—The YOMIURI GIANTS of Tokyo clinched their 10th Central League pennant in 15 years and will meet the NANKAI HAWKS, the Pacific League champions, in the Japanese World Series.
November 23, 1964 | Whitney Tower