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August 26, 1957 | Bernard Darwin
You would think that there would be very little to be said for a competition so one-sided that in 15 matches one team captured no less than 14 of them. This in brief is the history of the Walker Cup, the biennial...
June 24, 1957
Stan Musial, genial slugger who came out of Donora, Pa. in 1941 to join St. Louis and earn a reputation as one of baseball's "nice guys," played 823rd consecutive game since 1952 against Philadelphia for new National...
April 02, 1956
Bill Talbert, who brought U.S. Davis Cup victory over Australia in 1954, was renamed captain by USLTA, admitted "the odds are great but not insurmountable" as he made plans to work with 12-man squad (see below).
January 16, 1956
Maryland Governor Theodore Roosevelt McKeldin's prompt refusal to let discredited boxing elements regroup in his state ("I want to keep boxing 100% clean here") was blanketed by subsequent developments in the week's...