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July 11, 1955
SAILING DOWN UNDERAustralian yachtsmen in search of perilous sport crowd 1,640 square feet of sail on 18-foot skiffs and head out into the windswept waters of Sydney harbor. Four to six men are needed to handle and...
A DISCUSSION OF SOME OF THE REASONS FOR GREAT BRITAIN'S INTERNATIONAL FAILURES IN AN AGE OF VERY SERIOUS GOLF
July 18, 1955 | Herbert Warren Wind
If you are an American golfer and you travel to Britain and in due course sit down behind a mild-and-bitter or a gin-and-French (or even a little White-and-Carr on the rocks) and talk things over in the company of...
August 01, 1955 | Jack Mabley
August 08, 1955
Sal Maglie and Ed Lopat, for years the pitching royalty of the Giants and Yankees respectively, were sold off on the eve of the August 1 trading deadline as a penalty for their disappointing 1955 performances—Maglie...
August 15, 1955 | Gerald Holland
Roger Bannister beats John Landy in thrilling 3:58.8 mile at Vancouver.